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Title The Christian Church and the Colour Bar': Contemporary Review
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1923
Document Type Printed Book
Library Cambridge University Library
Region Africa, South Asia, East Asia
Names John H. Harris (p713)
Places East Africa (pp706-8), South Africa (pp710-713), Orange Free State (p710), Transvaal (p710), Natal (p710), Kenya (pp706-10, 712), India (pp706, 709, 713), China, Japan
Topics article, religion, overseas crisis (p706), citizenship (pp706-707), British statesmanship (p706), immigration laws (p706), 'status within the Empire' (p706), public meetings (p707), Mohammedanism (p708), anti-European (p708), anti-Christian (p708), League of Nations (p708), missionaries (p709), National Missionary Council (p709), London Missionary Society (p713), "Asiatic domination" (p709), British public opinion (p709), The South African Struggle (pp710-711), denial of franchise rights (p710), industrial position (p710), working conditions (p711), gold mining (p711), strike (p712), revolution (pp710, 712)
Copyright Cambridge University Library