Subtitle: A Social History
Author: Elizabeth van Heyningen
Publisher: Jacana Media (2013)
Condition: As New
Dimensions: 23.5 x 15.4 x 3 cm
This fascinating account overturns many previously held assumptions and conclusions. Arguing that British views on poverty, poor relief, and the management of colonial societies all shaped administration, this social history also attempts to explain why the camps were so badly administered in the first place and why reform was so slow.