From Protest to Challenge

From Protest to Challenge

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Praise for previous volumes: q[R]esearch workers . . . will bless the persistence, care, and competence with which Professors Carter and Karis and their assistants have fulfilled their laborious task. Theirs is a feat of such distinction that it is hard to call to mind a single parallel or precedent.q A‘The Times Literary Supplement Nadir and Resurgence, 1964A1979 continues the indispensable study of the struggle for freedom and justice in South Africa, In a series of publications first conceived by Thomas G. Karis and Gwendolen Carter. This volume examines the period following the Rivonia trial, which resulted in life sentences for Nelson Mandela and other ANC leaders. it concludes with the resurgence of underground activity at the end of the 1970s. Extensive background essays cover the exiled and underground liberation movements, above-ground multiracial opposition, The black consciousness movement, The 1976 Soweto uprising, The crackdown and resistance after Soweto, The politics of A’the system, A“ and Inkatha. David Lewis has contributed an essay on trade unions. The documents selected to represent this period include formal documents, underground and ephemeral materials, and statements from Robben Island prison and exile that have not prevoiusly been publishedA‘in short, a rich and complex historical record.

Title:From Protest to Challenge
Author: Gail M. Gerhart
Publisher: - 1997

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