Multi-Racial South Africa: The Reconciliation of Forces. Issued under the Auspices Use of the Institute of Race Relations, London

By: de Beer, Z. J

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London: Oxford University Press, 1961. 125 g; VIII, 70 pages, last page blank. In original paperback binding. Some rubbing to the edges of the spine, ownership inscription on the first page. A digital image can be provided to confirm condition. "This book is not a political pamphlet but rather an attempt to show the inevitability of certain developments in South Africa. In a book written for the Institute of Race Relations In 1960, South Africa: Two Views of Separate Development, the views presented were apparently irreconcilable. Dr de Beer sets out to show how they can be reconciled, and what sort of old were compromised to be brought about by the clash of political forces." -- rear panel blurb. First Printing. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Politics -- Racial.

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