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This exploration of Faure's life is set in the context of the political, spiritual, judicial and journalistic controversies shaping South Africa at the time. The author helps the reader understand this complicated, tumultuous period in South African history.
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Dr. George E. Carter retired with over forty-five years of professional experience as a researcher, writer, administrator, and teacher. He was a Senior Fulbright Program specialist in American Literature in Beirut, Lebanon and was a Fulbright Scholar at Kyrgyz National University-Bishkek and at Arabaev Pedagogical State University-Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia. Dr. Carter received his Ph.D. in American History/English from the University of Oregon in Eugene.Review:
"... a lense through which readers may focus and understand a complicated, tumultuous and fascinating period in South African history..." -Prof. Donovan Russell Cornell University "Especially noteworthy is the chapter on Faure and the Boer War.... a readable and thoughtful narrative." -Prof. David M. Dean Frostburg State University"
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