The Hole in Rhodesia's Bucket: White Emigration and the End of Settler Rule*

@article{Brownell2008TheHI,
  title={The Hole in Rhodesia's Bucket: White Emigration and the End of Settler Rule*},
  author={Josiah Brownell},
  journal={Journal of Southern African Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={591 - 610}
}
  • Josiah Brownell
  • Published 22 August 2008
  • History, Political Science
  • Journal of Southern African Studies
Racial population matters were of central importance to the fate of Rhodesia's white settler regime, and contributed greatly to the regime's ultimate collapse in 1979. The relative size and demographic trends of the black and white populations were recognised at the time to be of great political significance, both inside and outside of Rhodesia. Population matters were never far from the minds of Rhodesian Government officials and were the backdrop for some of Rhodesia's most important… 
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