To-Morrow's Continent

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To-Morrow's Continent

By Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Penn and Lucie Street
Sidgwick and Jackson, 1948
179 pp. $9.00

A refreshingly candid critique of Britain's policy in Africa, and a realistic program for reform and development of her part of the continent. The keynote is coöperation with the native population and the four principal areas of attack would be in health, transportation, food production and electrification. Colonel Penn is a member of the economic and development committee of the Joint East African Board.

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