The economics of the colour bar

The economics of the colour bar It goes without saying that all these restrictions on the market determination of the form of employment and re lThe Coloured labour unions have tended to

  • Title: The economics of the colour bar
  • Author: W.H. Hutt
  • ISBN: 1610160622
  • Page: 216
  • Format: None
  • It goes without saying that all these restrictions on the market determination of the form of employment and re lThe Coloured labour unions have tended to

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    1. Don Lim

      Hutt uses this conclusion at the end of one of his chapters but it could most certainly be used as a thesis throughout the book: "the inescapable conclusion [] is that the private market [] tended to work wholly for the material advancement of the African people. The intervention of the centralised state, on the other hand, had worked almost entirely in the opposite direction." Many black South Africans became dissatisfied with capitalism because they believed the system in which they were put u [...]

    2. Zachary Moore

      Hutt demonstrates in this short, easily readable work that the blame for South Africa's apartheid system rests with the country's demagogic politicians and from labor union pressures to exclude African competition. The work was written in the 1960s, so readers will need to turn elsewhere for an account of more recent developments, but this is a solid history of the period from the beginnings of South Africa's industrialization up to the creation of the first Bantustans.

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