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Review: Review: Untitled: The Emergence of Modern South Africa: State, Capital and the Incorporation of Organized Labor on the South African Gold Fields, 1902-1939 by David Yudelman

Reviewed Work: The Emergence of Modern South Africa: State, Capital and the Incorporation of Organized Labor on the South African Gold Fields, 1902-1939 by David Yudelman
Review by: Jean Jacques Van Helten
African Affairs
Vol. 83, No. 333 (Oct., 1984), pp. 576-578
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/722930
Page Count: 3
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