The Real Case for Rhodesia by Chesterton, Carlton




Published: 1973.

  • Paperback: 219 pages
  • Publisher: Janssonius & Heyns; 1st Edition edition (1973)

About this copy:

Soft cover. Poor/No Jacket. 219 pages (complete). Ex-library copy with consequent labels, stamps, annotations, wear and tear and usage. A defensive, alarmist summation of the arguments for white rule in Rhodesia. This is an excellent example of the arguments whirling around the white populations of Rhodesia and South Africa in the early 1970s. A must for any scholar of this period. Much worn about. The cover is marked and scuffed. The spine is sound; there is a library label affixed. Inside, the frontispage has been removed. Despite the obvious use and wear the pages are tight, clear, clean, tenacious and certain.



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