The Forthcoming Elections in South Africa

Hoernle, R.F. Alfred
February 1921
New Republic;2/2/21, Vol. 25 Issue 322, p284
Discusses the significance of the elections in South Africa. Political situation in the country; Activities and policy of political parties; Obligations of South Africa in the war as a member of the British Empire; Debate on whether South Africa should continue its membership to the British Empire; Election campaign strategies of candidates.


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