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    A firsthand account of South Africa as experienced by a black American in the 1930s. Ralph Bunche, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950, travelled to South Africa for three months in 1937. These are his travel notes, compiled and annotated by historian Robert R. Edgar.

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