The Ethiopian Paradox.

At the end of the 19th century, only 2 territories in Africa were still under African rule ;these were Ethiopia and liberia. For this reason if for no other,they would be of special interest to the student of race relations in the widest sence.How do they now compare with the territories that were once colonial?.Ethiopia, however, has an additional interest as a symbol to many people of African descent of something not easy to define.However in the author we have a writer with a deep and scholarly knowledge of the country’s history.

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Printed card covers, in fairly good condition apart from a few marks here and there.Size 7×5 pp 82 inc a selection of further reading on Ethiopia, a chronology of dates since the end of the 13th century. Plus 4 single page maps. Both hinges strong, binding tight, suggest unread volume. Text block nice and clean throughout, no staining or foxing, outer faces could be better,but nothing to serious,otherwise a nice clean copy.

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