The Rise of African Nationalism, in South Africa.

£4.00

Here we have a book based on pure African Politics.It sets out to describe in 15 chapters the rise of African Nationalism.The multi-racial society of South Africa has long presented a complex challenge to the political leaders of all its population groups.The African National Congress (N.A.C.) was founded in 1912,its aim was to evolve harmony among all the various ethnic groups,based on strict social and political justice.This book sets out to describe the rise of African Nationalism in this context.

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H/b in nice clean boards with guilt to face and spine,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 16+480,inc,index,bibliography,references,no plates apart from a portraite as a frontispiece.This is a ex-library copy with all the usual lables,bar-codes,card holders,and stamps that acure throughout the book ,but none of this is very obstrusive.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Apart from the aforesaid lables nice and clean and sharp throughout. A v/g+-v/g++clean copy,especialy for a ex-library item.

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