A History of New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1903-1953: The Detroit of the Union
Hidden from urban history by the twin shadows of marginalisation in the city and distance from the economic heartlands of the country, New Brighton's past is excavated here by one of South Africa's foremost historians.
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Economic Development and Demographic Trends c 1850s 1950s
List of Figures
The Politics of Pragmatic Liberalism c 19131953
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