Indian Minority in South Africa


Somewhere on this earth of ours is a place where the destiny of man is determined by the colour of his skin.In this paradise of the pigmentocrats–which is about the only fitting way to address the Union of South Africa–a sad but stately segment of the human race is denied the right to live,labour and love as free men do.The creeping tragedy that has overtaken the ten and a half million non-white citizens of South Africa is a taunting rebuff to the ideals of justice and equality that most of the human kind holds dear.

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H/b in reasonable boards,some slight staining and light markings here and there.In a illustrated d/w,corners and ends of spine slightly bruised,and a little on the grubby side.Size 9×6 pp 4+211,inc,index,various appendices.No plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A few greasy fingermarks in the text othwise internally clean throughout. A v/g–v/g clean copy.


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