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Home County and African Frontier. And settlers were always divided, between farmer and planter, country and town, aristocrat and poor white.
Half remained transient throughout British rule, spending five years or less in Kenya, in lives that were more imperial than colonial. Their relations with the African majority were similarly diverse and changing.
Whites could meet neither of their contradictory ambitions, to be either a segregated race or the national leaders of a multiracial community. The demands of each alternative made both impossible. In particular, white leadership of African troops against the empire's enemies in both world wars incurred unwelcome debts to Africans. As the frontier of African politics advanced towards independence so most whites retreated to the English home counties, having failed to establish their segregated counterpart on the equator.
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