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- 'So That a Labourer Could Live with His Family': Overlooked Factors in Social and Economic Strife in Urban Colonial Zimbabwe, 1945-1952
- Teresa Barnes
- Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, Special Issue: Urban Studies and Urban Change in Southern Africa (Mar., 1995), pp. 95-113
- Subjects: African Studies
- Key terms: bulawayo, rhodesia, railway, strike, worker, labour, woman, zimbabwe, wife, salisbury, married, native, colonial, urban, reproduction, compound, demand, pollak, strife, accommodation, child, copperbelt, gender
- CiteRank: 0.6756
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