The African Reserves of South Africa.

This little book is a serious study of how the African reserves,that is the various Bantu and native homelands are governed, and describes the progress made amongst the vaious peoples,Set out in 14 sections,we have government and administration of the African reserves.The promotion and financing of development work,agriculture,forestry,mining,border industries,trade,technical and commercial,townships in the homelands,employment,education,health and welfare services.An interesting study.

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Printed limp card covers,in good clean condition,bottom front corner creased,and price-mark inked-out.Size 8×5 pp 142,inc,f/o maps front and back.No plates text only.Various lists and tables.Hinges sound.Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing or staining.Internally clean and bright throughout. A g-v/g++clean copy.

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