New Hope in Africa.

£6.00

New Hope in Africa was written by J. H. Oldham for the Capricorn Society of Africa. An idealistic movement founded in Southern Rhodesia by David Stirling in 1949, with the objective of democratic and multi-racial development in East and Central Africa. The Society believed that a future without racial discrimination would allow the countries of east and central Africa to prosper. Dr. Oldham, an acknowledged authority on African affairs for more than thirty years, here makes a presentation and appraisal of the organisation and its aims.

 

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H/b in nice clean boards,top edges slightly dusty,in an illustrated d/w,some edge and corner wear.Size 9×6 pp 102,various appendices,no plates text only,page map,Hinges strong.binding good to firm.There is a name and date,with some hand-written pencil notes on the ffe/p,also there is some pencil marks in the margins,and also some underlining in the text.Otherwise nice and clean and bright throughout.

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