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The constitutional history and law of Southern Rhodesia, 1888-1965, with special reference to imperial control.

Author: Claire Palley
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon P., 1966.
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Palley, Claire.
Constitutional history and law of Southern Rhodesia, 1888-1965.
Oxford, Clarendon P., 1966
(OCoLC)576818803
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claire Palley
OCLC Number: 406157
Description: xxv, 872 p. tables, diagr. 25 cm.
Contents: The Matabele kingdom as a sphere of influence in the late nineteenth century --
Future administration of the new sphere of influence --
The Charter, the establishment of Company government, and Imperial control 1890-91 --
The evolution of the powers of the Crown in protectorates --
The attainment of protectorate status, the administration there established, and Imperial control in practice 1891-94 --
The conquest of Southern Rhodesia, the Matabeleland Order in Council 1894, and Imperial control in practice 1894-96 --
Reassertion of Imperial control: constitutional reconstruction 1896-98 --
Imperial legislative control in practice 1898-1923 --
Imperial administrative supervision 1898-1923 --
Constitutional changes from 1899-1923 --
The Southern Rhodesia Constitution Letters Patent 1923 --
The reserved clauses and their operation --
The governor --
Native administration and constitutional changes 1923-62 --
Moves towards closer union with the Northern Territories --
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland The Legislative Assembly, the franchise, legislative power, the legislative process, and the Constitutional Council --
The executive --
The Southern Rhodesia legal system --
The state, the individual, and the Declaration of Rights --
Land apportionment, local government, local administration, and advisory bodies --
Federal dissolution, remaining common services, and consequent constitutional anomalies --
The limitations on Southern Rhodesia's sovereignty --
Addendum Appendix A: Direct Imperial influence on Southern Rhodesian Ordinances from 1899-1923 --
Appendix B: Ordinances introduced as the result of a request by the Imperial authorities --
Appendix C: Ordinances amended after conditional assent or in draft by High Commissioner and/or Secretary of State --
Appendix D: Assent conditional on delegated legislation clarifying difficulties --
Appendix E: Assent conditional on administrative safeguard --
Appendix F: Assent refused --
Appendix G: Disallowance from 1899-1923 --
Appendix H: Tables A-G summarized --
Appendix I: The legislative and administrative position as at December 1963 --
Appendix J: African education in Southern Rhodesia Appendix K: Wage distribution of African employees according to September 1961 census --
Appendix L: 'B' roll voters registered in each constitutency as at 30 April 1963 and 28 February 1965 --
Appendix M: Projection showing possible output by the present Southern Rhodesian African education system of persons with four years' secondary education 1962-71 --
Appendix N: Estimate of costs of expanding African secondary education and the number of secondary school places required to produce 68,000 with Form IV or P.T.H. passes by the end of 1974 --
Appendix O: Potential number of Africans eligible for registration on the 'A' roll as at 26 September 1961 --
Appendix P: Potential number of Africans eligible for Southern Rhodesian 'B' roll as at 26 September 1961 --
Appendix Q: Number of Africans in the Native Purchase Area owning farms as at 31 July 1964 --
Appendix R: Number of Africans who have entered into contracts for the purchase in Government townships of immovable property as at 31 July 1964 --
Appendix S: The invalidity of a legilsative scheme to secure independence without United Kingdom co-operation.

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