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Title The Dual Mandate in British Tropical Africa
Author(s) Lord Lugard, F. D
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1922
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Edinburgh and London
Publisher William Blackwood & Sons
Library Cambridge University Library
Reference 4m92165
Region Africa
Places Sierra Leone, Uganda, Nyasaland, Northern Rhodesia, South Africa (pp256-258)
Topics The Acquisition of the British African Tropics' (pp9-31), 'The Status and Conditions of the British Tropics' (pp32-47), 'Principles Governing Control in the Tropics' (pp48-63), 'The People of British Tropical Africa' (pp64-93), 'Some General Principles of Administration' (pp94-113), 'The Machinery of Administration' (pp114-136), 'The British Staff and Conditions of Life in the Tropics' (pp137-154), 'The Home Government and the Dependencies' (pp155-192), 'Methods of Ruling Native Races' (pp193-229), 'Taxation' (pp230-302), 'Land Tenure and Transfer' (pp303-346), 'Minerals' (pp347-353), 'Slavery in British Africa' (pp354-389), 'Labour in Tropical Africa' (pp390-424), 'Education' (pp425-460), 'Transport' (pp461-476), 'Trade' (pp477-497), 'Economic Development' (pp498-535), 'The Law and the Courts of Justice' (pp536-569), 'Municipal Self-Government', 'Armed Forces and their Employment', 'Missions', 'The Use of Intoxicants' (pp570-605), 'The Value of British Rule in the Tropics to the British Democracy and to the Native Races' (pp606-620), Index (pp621-643)
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