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"BLACK AND WHITE IN SOUTH-EAST AFRICA'
(NOW OUT OF PRINT).
SOUTH AFRICA.-"This is a thought-compelling book, and should be in every South African library."
CAPE ARGUS.-"One of the most thoughtful and suggestive studies of a much-debated question that we have yet seen."
NATAL WITNESS.-"The book as a whole is undoubtedly one which may be read with profit by all interested in this great social problem."
NATAL MERCURY.—“ Mr. Maurice S. Evans has laid the people of South Africa under a deep debt of gratitude for the time, the care, and the thought he has devoted to the book which he has just published. We welcome the book most cordially, and we heartily congratulate the author on a very valuable addition to the literature of South Africa and to that of the science of Sociology."
SUNDAY TIMES, JOHANNESBURG.-"Sound common-sense evolved from more first-hand knowledge than usually falls to the lot of nomadic man. The book is one that must be read by every South African, and by all interested in South Africa's future."
RAND DAILY MAIL.—“Mr. Evans has contributed much to the ephemeral literature of the time, but his matured convictions are recorded in the handsome volume which has now reached this country. The volume is worthy of a place in every South African library."
DIAMOND Fields advERTISER.—" An earnest, thoughtful, and sympathetic effort to grapple with a tremendously difficult and complex problem. Sir Matthew Nathan contributes a preface in which he bears personal testimony to the author's keenness and sympathy, and shows that in large measure he shares the views expressed."
TRANSVAAL LEADER.-"Anyone who reads 'Black and White in South-East Africa' intelligently should not only have an appreciation of the extent and importance of the native question, but a useful working grasp of its details. Mr. Evans does not stop at abstract discussion, but carries matters boldly into the realms of constructive suggestion."
NATAL ADVERTISER.-"So true, exhaustive, kindly, yet shrewd a picture of a native race has surely never been drawn yet, and the average Natalian reading Mr. Evans' pages will be forced to acknowledge the correctness of the picture and to acknowledge also that it brings out many a characteristic and feature that had escaped the reader's notice but which he is none the less compelled to recognize as correct also."
CONTEMPORARY REVIEW.-"To all who are really interested in this immense and very difficult subject we commend a study of this book with its mass of information and its consideration of the actual facts that arise out of the contact of black and white in South-East Africa."
ATHENEUM.-"Mr. Evans' long and earnest study of native questions entitles him to a respectful hearing. His book is temperate, thoughtful, and fair-minded. It is well worth the attention of everyone interested in the peculiar and difficult problems with which it deals."
THE TIMES.-"The present volume is particularly welcome. It is an important contribution to the many works already published dealing with Sociology on the African continent. . . . Sir Matthew Nathan writes an instructive preface to the book, which should be widely read as a wise and considered contribution to our literature on the subject."
A STUDY OF THE RACE PROBLEM IN THE UNITED
MAURICE S. EVANS, C.M.G.
AUTHOR OF "BLACK AND WHITE IN SOUTH-EAST AFRICA
LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO.
39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON
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