The Effects of Westernization on the Ruling Class of South Africa

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History

 

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October 13, 2014

 

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All of these people held power, but none of them held on to it for long. The rulers of the peoples, had different roles, either as lawmakers, or military commanders. These people, their actions, sacrifices, and stupidity, all took part in the formation of the country we now know as South Africa. The African tribes of the south were once thought of people who lived richly, and also seen as people who were unintelligent and weak by the Europeans...
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All of these people held power, but none of them held on to it for long. The rulers of the peoples, had different roles, either as lawmakers, or military commanders. These people, their actions, sacrifices, and stupidity, all took part in the formation of the country we now know as South Africa. The African tribes of the south were once thought of people who lived richly, and also seen as people who were unintelligent and weak by the Europeans...
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