Who are the people – more than two million of them – who have been classified ‘Coloured’ in South Africa? What are their origins? What role have they played in the pioneer history of this country? What does the future hold for them on a continent where racial attitudes have tended towards polarization in recent rimes? This book attempts to answer these questions and many more. The economic, social, political and cultural roles of the Coloured community have been assessed, and some of the conclusions – seen within the framework of South African society – are staggering.’.The author devoted two and half years to this research.
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition. 564 pages (complete) clean and free from any ink inscriptions. Jacket shelf worn and, completely intact, now in a protective sleeve. Tightly bound. 1st edition. See OUR own picture of the copy we hold for quality control . Inventory #1776