The Anatomy of South African Misery.

£7.00

The contents of this book are based on three lectures given by the author as president of the University of Rochester,New York,during January of 1956.Dr. de Kiewiet is a convinced opponent of apartheid,and writes with a controlled passion. In.his first lecture he sketches an historical background to the South African crisis.The second lecture denounces apartheid but clearly shows what its advocates mean by it at its best.He then emphasizes the moral foolishness of apartheid and is a plea for clear thinking.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a printed d/w, sound but very heavily foxed,and price-clipped.Size 7×5 pp 8+88,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A few spots of foxing to the prelims and end papers,otherwise nice and clean throughout. A fair–v/g clean copy.

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