Papers of Julius Lewin and his wife Eleanor Hawarden on native law in South Africa, 1941-1966. Comprising copies of 18 articles by Lewin on native law, the legal status of African women, Africans and the police, political representation of Africans in South Africa, Britain's colour bar in Africa, inheritance in native law, marriage by natives in South Africa, and racial equality and Commonwealth universities. Two articles by Eleanor Hawarden on prejudice in the classroom and South African history and western civilisation, 1965-1966.
LEWIN, Julius (fl 1941-1958)
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- Dates of Creation1941-1966
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Julius Lewin, Lecturer in Native Law at the University of the Witwatersrand.
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