The Imperial Factor in South Africa. A study in Politics and Economics.


As the sub-title points out.This is a study of politics and Economics,in South Africa.The author takes the years 1871-1885 considering that they afford the best material for a study of the racial,social and economic issues involved.These cover the initiation and collapse of Lord Canarvan’s confederation policy,the annexation and the retrocession of the Transvaal,the Sekukuni,Zulu and Cape-Basuto wars,the last of the nine Kaffir wars on the Eastern Frontier of the Cape,the creation of the Basutoland protectorate and the development of the Kimberly diamond mines.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a rather tatty printed d/w,worn corners and tears,but with no loss,and somewhat hand-soiled,price-clipped.Size 9×6 pp 10+341,inc,index,bibliography,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some age-browning to prelims and end-papers.Some small writing on the verso p/d has been Tipexed out.Otherwise clean and bright throughout.


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