Kenya from Within: A Short Political History
By: Ross W. McGregor (author)Hardback
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First Published in 1968. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Part 1 Cold history: across the centuries; the passing of the imperial company; early land policy; the early days of settlement; lightening the land laws; labour troubles; the diseducated; the marvelling Masai; "shifting the burden slightly"; the career of the convention; finger-prints; the collapse of the great shilling swindle; three hours a penny - and Harry Thuku; the story of the Uasin Gishu; the miscarriage of the public works pogrom; the fated of feted official; how to reduce the cost of imports. Part 2 The Indian question: sowing the wind; the economic commission, public health and "the irreducible minimum"; "furor Africanus orientalis"; the "coup d'etat" that was not needed; "68459" - an imaginary episode; the issue. Part 3 Review: collective punishment; the Blue Peter; appendix.
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