By Naomi Mitchison

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ISBN-13: 9780850361827

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Die leaders thia-by now CongressĀ». -and of the various other African ()rgallizatiolls organizations and trade unions, were asking quietly but persistently, persistently, for 1\a few moderate reforms. reforms, Their alm aim was "to advance the general prosperity and progress of the country and its general the thin sone it seemed die people". Harmless Harmless enough, but to some edge of the wedge. ~ to be recog recognized as people people and to achieve a small share of human happiness. But even that was too mllch much dignity, freedom and happiness.

Bechuanahand, Swaziland Basutoland. Luckily this was met with Swaziland and Dasutoland. reasonable pgnible reasonable firmness by the Colonial Office. caulIC he he was an Afrikaner ancl and proud of it, he lie was inevitably a WI\!! inevitilbly reactionary ? reactionary? in IBetwecn 1932 and or bodies like the new Socialist SocialL~t League. LClIgue. :lIIitiollS positions 1934 there therc had bcen Britain. Mosley had brought the Britillh British r,'lUiCwt IFawait in Great Dritain. not niot been ~ll 43 4Ā·3 A Life tor for Africa known for fol' long enough in England.

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