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South Africa : No Turning Back - Shaun Johnson

South Africa

No Turning Back

By: Shaun Johnson (Editor), Lord Bullock (Foreword by)

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This varied and authoritative study of contemporary South Africa focuses thematically on the major political contestants, interest- groups and power-brokers in that country. Here a group of experts in various fields and of varying views have brought to bear their specialist knowledge on the South African crisis and have subjected their own analyses to criticism and amendment through intensive debate. The book provides both an introduction to aspects of contemporary South African politics, and a wealth of detailed research not available elsewhere - particularly in the treatment of its many forms of political resistance.

South Africa since 1976 - an historical perspective, S.Marks and S.Trapido; the outlawed South African Liberation Movement, H.Barrell; "The Soldiers of Luthuli" - youth in the politics of resistance, S.Johnson; the trade union movement in the politics of resistance in South Africa, P.van Niekerk; international resistance in South Africa - the political movements, K.Naidoo; the Afrikanar establishment, S.Uys; the military in South African politcs, J.Spence; the police in South African politics, J.Brewer; disinvestment and the South African "siege economy" - a business perspective, C.Coker; the South African crisis - the major external actors, J.Mayall; strategy and power - South Africa and its neighbours, S.Nolutshungu; from ancient Rome to Kwazulu - Inkatha in South African politics, J.Brewer.

ISBN: 9780333470954
ISBN-10: 0333470958
Series: No Turning Back
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 390
Published: 14th October 1988
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.79  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.68
Edition Number: 1