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African political and trade union leaders leadcl'll in moderll ~ellile. It had begun before World War 1I with the "Sollthern "Southern It African Native Congress". die leaders thia-by now Congress». -and of the various other African ()rgallizatiolls organizations and trade unions, were asking quietly but persistently, persistently, for 1\a few moderate reforms. reforms, Their alm aim was "to advance the general prosperity and progress of the country and its general the thin sone it seemed die people".
It included the strong ilnd more civilized place steadfast Moses Kotane. ~ anger and the ugliness of their lives, lives. IBut Cape Gape Town was not inactive. How could it be with But a generation of highly intelligent and cultured cultured Coloureds, Coloureds. Gool, including women like the brave and beautiful Cissie Gool, education, demanding complete equality before the law, over education, free work and all the other obvious things that mean real freedom and democracy? what Pericles in Athens, more than Mean two thousand years berot·c, before, had called isonomia.
He, however, had left Africa, to go back to India, in 1914, having been too much occupied with the mounting see clearly mounting injustice towards his own community to sec clearly happening to the millions of other non-whites. nore 35 35 A Life for Africa A leaders of Indian Indian thought thought and and action action would stand by the the leaders Africans. Africans. ~ one one Afrikaner Afrikaner politiciam politician who who was beginning, But happening. was what in his own own way, way, to understand understand happtming.