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THROUGH MALAN'S AFRICA. by  Robert St. John - First Edition - 1954. - from, IOBA and


by St. John, Robert

Condition: Very good in a good only dust jacket(price-clipped, some chipping to ends of spine)./good only

Garden City, NY:: Doubleday,, 1954.. Very good in a good only dust jacket(price-clipped, some chipping to ends of spine).. First printing. A "first hand report on the most explosive racial situation in the world" - one which traces the course of Afrikaner D. F. Malan's National Government in South Africa to its dictatorial powers. Includes interviews with liberal leaders, including Manilal Gandhi, Alan Paton, Luthuli, and young intellectuals. Index. 317 pp. Map endpapers.


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