Chiefdom Politics and Alien Law:Basutoland under Cape Rule,1871–1884


The first explosive years of Basutoland under white rule provide an unusually well-documented case study of an attempt to effect a rapid change in a society by a combination of legislation and political manipulation,and of how that society reacted,to those attacks on its basic structure.It is also a dramatic story of men and women of two very different cultures in southern Africa as they encountered each other in peace and war.

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H/b in very nice clean boards,in a v/g laminated pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp 14+250,inc,index,bibliography.notes to various chapters,page maps,plates,Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly bright and clean throughout. A v/g—v/g almost fine copy.


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