Women Without Men


This little book is a study into the lives of the various Africans, that over the last 100 years were confined to the so called “reserves”. The “Bantu Homelands” is one area in which whites confined Africans and gave them land rights, after conquering them in the 19 century. As the policy of separate development unfolded, the “homelands” became increasingly important territories wherein various ethnic groups progressed along their own lines.

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Limp pictorial card covers,corners creased and a little edge-worn.Size 9×7 pp 95,inc plates,tables and charts,errata slip tipped in.Hinges strong Binding good to firm Signature and best wishes plus date to f/ep,typed text,internaly clean throughout. A good -v/g clean copy.


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