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William H. Hutt • 26 Items / 9 Books, 10 Articles, 5 Reviews, 2 Films
The Economics of the Colour Bar (1965)
A Study of the Economic Origins and Consequences of Racial Segregation in Sou...
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    The Roots of Apartheid (3 Reviews)
    The Randlords, by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
    1. The Randlords by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
    2. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton
    3. The Economics of the Colour Bar by W.H. Hutt
    Critical Review, Winter 1987, pp. 115-123
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. The U.S.S.R. and Africa, 1945-1963 by David Morison
    2. The Civil Service in New African States by Amishadai L. Adu
    3. Economic Transition in Africa by Melville J. Herskovits and Mitchell Harwitz
    4. Consciencism by Kwame Nkrumah
    5. Algerian Voices by Richard M. Brace and Joan Brace
    6. From French West Africa to the Mali Federation by William J. Foltz
    7. The Road to Independence by Immanuel Wallerstein
    8. Government and Banking in Western Nigeria by Charles V. Brown
    9. The Cameroons: From Mandate to Independence by Victor T. Le Vine
    10. Crisis in the Congo by Ernest W. Lefever
    11. Haile Selassie: The Conquering Lion by Leonard O. Mosley
    12. East African Unity Through Law by Thomas M. Franck
    13. African Battleline by Waldemar A. Nielsen
    14. An African Bourgeoisie by Leo Kuper
    15. Notes on the Formation of South African Foreign Policy by Edwin S. Munger
    16. South Africa: A Study in Conflict by Pierre L. van den Berghe
    17. White Laager: The Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism by William Henry Vatcher, Jr.
    18. The Economics of the Colour Bar by W.H. Hutt
    19. Sanctions Against South Africa by Ronald Segal
    Foreign Affairs, July 1965, pp. 723-725