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This article essentially examines the Nigerian oil palm economy in Nigeria between 1920 and 1950, using the widely accepted theory of imperialism. It argues that for the most part of the period under study, imperial and colonial governments accepted that metropolitan needs and conditions should...
This article focuses on the revival of the Natal Indian Congress (NIC) in 1971 in the context of what is retrospectively known as the ‘Durban moment’. The early 1970s witnessed the emergence of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) as well as a resurgence of working class collective action that...
As leader of the United Party and the official parliamentary opposition between 1956 and 1977, Sir De Villiers Graaff bolstered the apartheid state and destroyed his own party in the process. This essay, by investigating Graaff's personality and politics, concludes that he was a man of integrity...
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