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" We make no protest against the principle of separation so far as it can be fairly and practically carried out. "
The Anti-slavery Reporter and Aborigines' Friend - Page 26
1914
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Africa: Slave Or Free?

John Hobbis Harris - Africa - 1919 - 244 pages
...postponement of the measure and for further safeguards for native rights : SEPARATION AND SEGREGATION 113 " We make no protest against the principle of separation...as it can be fairly and practically carried out."* General Botha, in reply, gave to the Congress the following assurances : (1) That legislation would...
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The Rise of African Nationalism in South Africa: The African National ...

Peter Walshe - Black nationalism - 1970 - 480 pages
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Journal of African Studies, Volume 2

Africa - 1975
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Religions of South Africa

David Chidester - Religion - 1992 - 286 pages
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The New Zealand Journal of History, Volumes 31-32

History - 1997
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The Church Struggle in South Africa

John W. De Gruchy - Religion - 2005 - 286 pages
...John L. Dube, a founding father of the African National Congress, early in the twentieth century made 'no protest against the principle of separation so far as it can be fairly and practically carried out';57 and no less a person than JH Oldham, a leading figure in the ecumenical movement and in the...
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