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Edward-John Bottomley traces the history of poor whites - and especially the Afrikaans-speakers - in South Africa. From the late 19th Century, to the inquests on white poverty in the early 20th Century to the apartheid government's response to this grouping of people, they have always been seen as a special problem to be solved.
|ISBNs||9780624054504, 9780624054504, 0624058034, 9780624058038|
|Number of Pages||224|