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This booklet explores the choice of the British Empire to import chinese language labour to southern Africa regardless of the already stressful racial scenario within the zone. It permits a clearer knowing of racial and political advancements in southern Africa throughout the reconstruction interval and areas localised matters inside a much broader historiography.
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