Summary of the report of the Commission for the Socio-Economic Development of the Bantu Areas within the Union of South Africa.

£19.00

Here we have a rather complex item that is a copy of a report set up by the Minister of Native Affairs in the South African Parliment during the 1955 session to examin the Socio-economic Development of the Bantu areas within the union of South Africa.Set out in 51 chapters,it covers numerous subjects,eg,The Bantu background,contrasts between Europeans and the Bantu,and the results,Racial relations,Christion Missions,Education,The population problem,Origin of the Native areas,their geographical description,health,agriculture,mining,and much,much more.A very interesting study.

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Limp printed card wraps clean,but with face corners creased and somewhat curled,Stapled binding.Size 11×8 pp 18+213.A set of 63 assorted maps,Various tables and charts,graphic diagrams.,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Private library bookplate to inside front cover.Prelims a little grubby,otherwise nice and clean throughout.A fair to v/g clean copy

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