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South Africa has a unique series of law reports devoted to the recording of cases between Natives in which Native law was applied. This important and valuable source of our knowledge of Native law has been neglected in the past. No doubt one reason for this neglect has been the fact that the...
An Outline of Native Law. By Julius Lewin. 1944. Johannesburg: R. L. Esson and Co., P.O. Box 3664. 30 pp. 1s. An Introduction to the Study of Mende. By K. H. Crosby, with a Phonetic Introduction by I. C. Ward. Cambridge: W. Heffer. 1944. 65 pp, 4s. What Happened in History. By Gordon Childe....
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