Stone Collection: Volume 22 - Item 30
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30. J. S. Moffat, “The South African Natives,” The Contemporary Review (March 1901): 318-25.
Essay concerning the status of African natives in the local government resulting from a resolution of the Boer War. The author argues that the British colonialists must avoid being influenced by the racism of the Afrikaner while resisting the pressure to exploit black labor by get-rich-quick schemers from England at the same time.