Class, Caste and Color PDF Author: Wilmot James
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138520578
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Languages : en
Pages : 271

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Book Description
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- The Editors and Contributors -- Part One: Historical Foundations -- 1. Labour, Land and Livestock in the Western Cape during the Eighteenth Century -- 2. The Family and Slavery at the Cape, 1680-1808 -- 3. Adjusting to Emancipation: Freed Slaves and Farmers in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century South-Western Cape -- 4. Structure and Culture in Pre-Industrial Cape Town: A survey of Knowledge and Ignorance -- 5. A 'Special Tradition of Multi-Racialism' ? Segregation in Cape Town in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries -- 6. Aspects of the Rise of Afrikaner Capital and Afrikaner Nationalism in the Western Cape, 1870-1915 -- Part Two: Economy and Labour -- 7. The Underdevelopment of the Western Cape, 1850-1900 -- 8. Artisans and Trade Unions in the Cape Town Building Industry 1900-1924 -- 9. Wolseley's Great Strike -- 10. The General Workers' Union, 1973-1986 -- Part Three: Politics and Society -- 11. Ideology and Urban Planning: Blueprints of a Garrison City -- 12. Administrative Politics and the Coloured Labour Preference Policy During the 1960s -- 13. Non-Collaboration in the Western Cape, 1943-1963 -- 14. Local Government Restructuring in Greater Cape Town -- 15. 'Action, Comrades, Action!': The Politics of Youth-Student Resistance in the Western Cape, 1985 -- References -- Index