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American episodes in the making of an African leader: a case study of Alfred B. Xuma (1893-1962)

American experiences of African students were one of the important variables affecting developments in African leadership during the colonial period. The article describes the American experiences of Alfred Bitini Xuma, who took over leadership of the African National Congress at the end of South Africa’s relatively halcyon days in the 1920s and early 1930s. He stayed in the United States from 1914-1926. Notes.

Title: American episodes in the making of an African leader: a case study of Alfred B. Xuma (1893-1962)
Author: Ralston, Richard D.
Year: 1973
Periodical: International Journal of African Historical Studies
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Pages: 72-93
Language: English
Geographic term: South Africa
External link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/216974
Abstract: American experiences of African students were one of the important variables affecting developments in African leadership during the colonial period. The article describes the American experiences of Alfred Bitini Xuma, who took over leadership of the African National Congress at the end of South Africa’s relatively halcyon days in the 1920s and early 1930s. He stayed in the United States from 1914-1926. Notes.