African Problems

@article{1936AfricanP,
  title={African Problems},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1936},
  volume={138},
  pages={680}
}
    A WIDE and varied field was covered in the discussions which engaged the attention of the twenty-third biennial session of the International Colonial Institute held in London on October 6-8. As Mr. Ormsby-Gore pointed out in a speech at the banquet at which the delegates were entertained by the British Government, the Colonial Powers are all confronted with a number of problems, human, political and social, which have to be studied objectively in common. To this end the mere interchange of… CONTINUE READING