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By John Western

Social geographer John Western analyzes the city spatial making plans of the 1950 staff components Act that completed, within the equipped surroundings of Cape city, the racial separatism of apartheid. His new prologue for the paperback version assesses the alterations to be anticipated from the hot govt and the stumbling blocks to major change.

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