A Study of the Attitudes of Africans to Europeans in Ghana before Independence
First edition. Hardback in dustwrapper. 22 × 14.5cm, ix + 144pp
Published under the auspices of Institute of Race Relations, this book seeks to describe what Africans though of white men in Ghana after the author studied at the University College of the Gold Coast in 1952. He found there was a wide range of attitudes from the servant's deference to his master to the easy familiarity of high African officials towards their European subordinates.
The book is in very good condition, with a little tanning to the pages. The dustwrapper has some light surface wear and marks but is sound and now within a protective sleeve.
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