Power and Resistance in an African Society. The Ciskei Xhosa and the Making of South Africa.

£8.00

The Xhosa-speaking peoples of the Ciskei region,in South Africa’s eastern Cape,presents a classic case study in the ambiguities of power and resistance at work in southern Africa during the precolonial,colonial,and post-colonial eras.The author,who lived in the region,uses the Ciskei Xhosa experience to focus on the struggle for a demorcratic South Africa–a struggle that continues to make world news headlines today.

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Limp illustrated and printed card covers,corners very slightly bruised,otherwise clean and sharp.Size 9×6 pp 16+452,inc,index,notes to text,reproduced photographic prints,various lists,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).A greeting with best wishes message ink-written on the half-title page,otherwise clean and bright throughout.

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