INDEX
AFRICAN AFFAIRS BOARD, 40-41, 47, 48- 50, 56-58, 61, 177, 179-181, 304-307; Proposals for alternative, 307-309
African Labor Efficiency Survey, 281
African National Congress of Northern Rhodesia, 113, 180, 228, 254-256, 268. See also: Nkumbula, African Nationalism, and Zambia
African National Congress of Nyasaland, 62, 85, 112, 180, 249-252. See also: African Nationalism
African National Congress and Youth League of Southern Rhodesia, 93-94, 113, 182, 253-254, 259, 264. See also: African Nationalism
African Nationalism, Moderates, 256- 259; Radicals, 256-259, 262-263; Marxian influence, 259-261; Africanism, 261-262; Boycotts, intimidation, 256-259; Violence, revolution, 263- 272; Relation to economic frustration, 272, 273
African Territorial Council of Northern Rhodesia, 270
Agriculture, European, 75-76, 82-83, 85
Agriculture, African, Farm Improvement Schemes (See: Master Farmer Scheme, Land Husbandry Scheme, and Maize Control Board, N.R.);Natire farm income ( Southern Rhodesia), 74-75; Shifting land usage, 65-66
AINSLEY, Rosalynde, 95
ALPORT, C. J. M., 305, 306
American Board of Foreign Missions, 118
Apartheid, the theology of, 220-224
Apostolic Faith Church, 216
Army of the Federation, Organization, 151-152; Ranks, commissions, 152; Conditions of service, 152-156; Asians and Coloreds in the Army, 156
Asians, Status, 9; Service in army, 156; Teachers, 174-175
Athletics, interracial, 212
Attitude Survey, Introduction, 3-5; On education, 131-137; On immigration, 164-165; On factors of racialism:
sex, 236-238; religion, 238-239; social-economic status, 239-243; length of residence in Federation, 243-247; origin, 243-247
ATTLEE, Earl, 44, 61
BANDA, Hastings, 228-229, 252, 253, 255-256
Bar Association of Salisbury, 114
Barotseland, 22, 23, 78, 265, 268
BENSON, Sir Arthur, 196
Bilharziasis, 147
Bledisloe Commission, 36
Brethren in Christ, 118
British South Africa Company, 11-17, 22-24, 67-68
BROCKWAY, Fenner, 44
BROWN, Geoffrey Ellman, 187, 191
Bulawayo, 227, 228, 259
Buxton Commission and Reports, 16- 17, 24
Bwana Mkubwa Prison, 208
CALLAGHAN, James, 317
Capital Club, Salisbury, 210-211
Capricorn Africa Society, 214, 232, 256, 259
Carnegie Corporation, 225
Carter Commission on Land in Southern Rhodesia, 1925, 68
Central African Council, 36-37
Central African Examiner, 212, 231- 232

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