Stone Collection: Volume 3 - Item 5
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5. John M. Robertson, “Black and White in Africa,” International Quarterly 8 (September-December 1903): 1-16.
Paper that raises the question of whether a white, Christian culture can overcome the urge “to subordinate and exploit the blacks” for its own benefit. The author asserts that the Moslem faith is able to accommodate racial differences and thus will gain ground “far more rapidly” among black Africans than Christian-based colonial powers.