By Ralph J. Bunche
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ANC Procession (RJB) 285 58. Bloemfontein location scene (RJB) 286 59. Pixley Seme (RJB) 286 Page xi Durban 60. Rickshaw puller with Don M'timkulu (RJB) 311 61. Seth Govind Das, Kajee, Gandhi, Durban (RJB) 312 62. Indian school, Umkomaas (RJB) 312 Maps 1. South Africa xvi 2. Cape Town 52 3. Witwatersrand Region including Johannesburg Districts and Townships in 1937 158 Page xiii Preface and Acknowledgements Ralph J. Bunche was embedded in my subconscious long before I began work on this editing project.
25 His bitterness over the experience was a factor in softening his critique of the New Deal. III Despite his deep involvement in the NNC throughout 1935, Bunche did not lose interest in African issues. 28 Drawing heavily on writers such as Parker Moon, J. H. Hobson, and Leonard Woolf, Bunche argued that the driving force behind Europe's grab for African territory in the late nineteenth century was industrial capitalism's hunger for exporting goods and surplus capital as well as its insatiable need for new sources of raw materials.
Bantu Sports Ground (Bantu World) 221 33. Tennis Players, Bantu Men's Social Centre (RJB) 222 34. Bantu Men's Social Centre (Bantu World) 223 35. Western native Township Co-operative Store (Bantu World) 223 36-40. Wedding scenes, Western Native Township (RJB) 22426 41. Workers at Van Ryn Deep Mine, Benoni (RJB) 226 42. Alexandra location (RJB) 227 43. Dr. Xuma's house (RJB) 227 44. Gana Makabeni (Inkululeko) 228 45. Zulu dancers (RJB) 228 Pretoria 4647. Asylum (RJB) 240 48. European Native Representatives at Native Representative Council (RJB) 241 49.
An African American in South Africa: the travel notes of Ralph J. Bunche, 28 September 1937-1 January 1938 by Ralph J. Bunche