Lavin, Deborah
July 2010
Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa;Jul-Sep2010, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p149
The article discusses the political and racial views of Sir Patrick Duncan, Governor-General of South Africa, and his son Patrick (Pat) Duncan, a colonial officer. It examines their opinions of the 1910 Union of South Africa and their stances on black and coloured rights, particularly suffrage. The author comments on the younger Duncan's book "Three Centuries of Wrong," and the elder Duncan's book "Suggestions for a Native Policy." South African Prime Minster James Barry Munnik (J.B.M.) Hertzog is also considered.


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