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Bouch, Richard (1992)
Publisher: Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HIS
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    • E.g., C Bundy, The Rise and Fall of the South African Peasantry (London, 1979); 2nd edition identical save for new Preface (Cape Town and Johannesburg, 1988); R Moyer, "A History of the Mfengu of the Eastern Cape, 1815-1865" (PhDthesis, London University, 1976). An important revision of Bundy's ideas is J Lewis, "An L Louw and F Kendall, SouthAfrica: the Solution (Johannesburg, 1986),pp 7-17; revised as After Apartheid: the Solutionfor South Africa (San Francisco, 1987).
    • W Beinart, "Joyini Inkomo: the origins of migrancy from Pondoland", Journal of SouthernAfrican Studies, 5,2 (1979), 219; E J C Wagenaar, "A History of the Thembu and their Relationship with the Cape, 1850-1900" (PhD thesis, Rhodes University, 1988), 360-361.
    • See debate in M Murray, "The Origins of Agrarian Capitalism in South Africa: a critique", and T Keegan, "The Origins of Agrarian Capitalism in South Africa: a reply", both in Journal of SouthernAfn'can Studies, 15,3 (1989), respectively 645- 65 and 666-84.
    • More details are in R J Bouch, "The Colonization of Queenstown (Eastern Cape) and its Hinterland, 1852-1886"(PhD thesis, London University, 1990).
    • Lewis, "Economic History", esp. 185-86,206-07,216-22,243-77.
    • LG 676, Superintendent of Fingoes, Fort Beaufort, to Civil Commissionerof Fort Beaufort, 9 November 1853; Grahum's Town Journal, 7 January 1854.
    • J Cobbing, "The Mfecane as Alibi: thoughts on Dithakong and Mbolompo", Journal of African History, 29 (1988), 513-514; A C Webster, "Ayliff, Whiteside, and the Fingo 'Emancipation' of 1835: a Reappraisal" (BA Honours essay, Rhodes University, 1988),passim.
    • LG 419, G M Shepstone to Secretary to Lieutenant-Governor, 26 December 1861.
    • See also R Southey to CO,30 May 1855, with enclosures.
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