Brown v Leyds (H/c only)
This book traces the history and legal and political consequences of the ideological dispute between Paul Kruger and John Kotze in the 1890s on what constitutes and who exercises ultimate sovereignty in a Republic. Set in the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek of the 1880s, the author grippingly takes us through one of the most tantalising and fascinating periods of South African politico-legal history.
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