The Great Southern Revolution: A Chapter in the History of the United States of South Africa. 1894-1934

TitleThe Great Southern Revolution: A Chapter in the History of the United States of South Africa. 1894-1934
Year for Search1853
AuthorsSmith, Jaapie Ahmet de Villers
Pagination35 pp.
Date Published1853
PublisherDarter Bros. & Walton
Place PublishedCape Town, South Africa
KeywordsMale author, South African author
Annotation

Dystopia. Law passed disenfranchising all “coloureds”; law passed excluding English from schools; law passed requiring “coloureds” to have surgery to enhance their intelligence; law passed excluding all “coloureds” from school after age ten to force them onto the labour market. Coloureds became more attractive. Law passed that all students matriculated in university get the vote and coloureds enrolled. By 1930 a majority of voters are coloured. Discriminatory laws repealed except that brain enhancement was prohibited to whites because they had used their intellectual superiority poorly in the past.

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South African author.

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1853 Smith, Jaapie Ahmet de Villiers. The Great Southern Revolution: A Chapter in the History of the United States of South Africa. 1894-1934. Cape Town, South Africa: Darter Bros. & Walton. 35 pp. O

Dystopia. Law passed disenfranchising all “coloureds”; law passed excluding English from schools; law passed requiring “coloureds” to have surgery to enhance their intelligence; law passed excluding all “coloureds” from school after age ten to force them onto the labour market. Coloureds became more attractive. Law passed that all students matriculated in university get the vote and coloureds enrolled. By 1930 a majority of voters are coloured. Discriminatory laws repealed except that brain enhancement was prohibited to whites because they had used their intellectual superiority poorly in the past. South African author.