African Survey

  • Alec Cairncross

Abstract

In 1932 the Cambridge Professor of Political Economy, Professor A. C. Pigou, was asked by the Archbishop of York, Dr Temple, to suggest someone to join a Commission of Enquiry under the auspices of the International Missionary Council. The Commission was to spend six months in Africa preparing a report on the impact of copper-mining in what is now Zambia on native society and the work of the Christian Missions in the Copperbelt. Pigou suggested Austin Robinson, who was given leave of absence for the Michaelmas term and sailed for Cape Town on 1 July, returning on 19 December.

Keywords

Clay Maize Dust Sulphide Depression 

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Notes

  1. 1.
    J. Merle Davis (ed.), Modern Industry and the African (London: Macmillan, 1933; reprinted London: Frank Cass, 1967, with an introduction by Robert Rotberg of Harvard University).Google Scholar
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    Frederick J. D. Lugard (Baron Lugard), The Dual Mandate in British Tropical Africa (Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1922) p. 5.Google Scholar
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    F. H. Melland (ed.), Lord Hailey’s African Survey (London and New York: Macmillan, 1938) p. 59.Google Scholar
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    Lord Hailey, African Survey, 2nd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1945) p. 1353.Google Scholar

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