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Africans in Cape Town: state policy and popular resistance, 1936-73
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Thesis presented for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of History in the University of Cape Town. The study focusses on Cape Town's black African population, tracing the development of regional 'native' later 'Bantu' policy, as well as the escalating organised resistance which arose in response. The study relies as far as possible on archival sources to disaggregate these themes. On this basis, it provides a detailed analysis of the evolution of policy with regard to influx control, squatter control and residential segregation in the local context.
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