Pleasure and Problem in South Africa by Cecil Bisshopp Harmsworth

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Author
Cecil Bisshopp Harmsworth
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Forgotten Books
Date of release
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326
ISBN
9781330031704
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Excerpt from Pleasure and Problem in South Africa

At the present juncture South Africa presents an exceptionally attractive field for the observations of the tourist. There is always the charm of sunshine such as we never enjoy in Northwestern Europe, and there is, since the War, the poignant interest of recent history. The journey is worth making if only for the purpose of studying South African political and social problems on the spot. A number of these problems have their counterparts in other portions of the Empire, and are important enough in themselves to justify the earnest attention of the student of Imperial politics.

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