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Race and Politics in Kenya
Race and Politics in Kenya
By Elspeth Huxley and Margery Perham
Faber, 1944, 247 pp.

This volume consists of correspondence between Mrs. Huxley, exponent of the point of view of the white settlers in Kenya who demand self-government, and Miss Perham, who holds that the home government must continue to administer the colony through the Colonial Office until the natives are ready to take over their own rule.