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Until the mid-1930s, the two primary complaints were low native Kenyan wages and the requirement to carry an identity document, the kipande .  From the early 1930s, however, two others began to come to prominence: effective and elected African-political-representation, and land.  The British response to this clamour for agrarian reform came in the early 1930s when they set up the Carter Land Commission.  The Commission reported in 1934, but its conclusions, recommendations and concessions to Kenyans were so conservative that any chance of a peaceful resolution to native Kenyan land-hunger was ended.  
Though Maus is a comic book, its impact and complexity are far greater than most works of this medium. The story explores the nature of guilt, and the narrative serves as a meditation on the effects of a major historical event - in this case the traumatic events of the Holocaust - on the lives of people who were born after it ended. With its complex themes and structure and unconventional medium of a graphic novel, Maus almost defies description. Equal parts fiction, biography, autobiography, and history, it is in many ways a book that rises above genre to become something completely unique, and it is an amazing and lasting story that is destined to become a classic.