The Political Nature of a Ruling Class. Capital and Ideology in South Africa. !890–1933

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The “Political Nature of a Ruling Class”examines how the political and ideological character of the imperialist, ‘British South African’,mining bourgeoisie was formed,which revolutionised southern Africa and remained dominant until the First World War,and how a national bourgeoisie emerged and latercame to prevail which differed both as a political force and as the bearer of a new ‘South Africanist’ ideology.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g illustrated protected d/w.Size 9×6 pp 11+384,plus14 pages setting out the publishers Social Science Series,index,bibliography, notes to chapters.This is a ex-library copy with all the usual stamps ,lable,card holder,book plate,and bar-code ect. Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Typed text.Some celotape staines to prelims and end papers.Library lable to spine extenally a little shelf-soiled internally clean and bright.A good library copy.

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