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Racism and apartheid in Southern Africa : South Africa and Namibia

Racism and apartheid in Southern Africa : South Africa and Namibia

Material type
단행본
Corporate Author
Anti-apartheid Movement.
Title Statement
Racism and apartheid in Southern Africa : South Africa and Namibia.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Paris :   United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,   1974.  
Physical Medium
156 p. : plates ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9231011995
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Africa, South --Race question. Segregation --Africa, South. Africa, Southwest --Race question.
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110 2 ▼a Anti-apartheid Movement.
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300 ▼a 156 p. : ▼b plates ; ▼c 24 cm.
650 0 ▼a Africa, South ▼x Race question.
650 0 ▼a Segregation ▼z Africa, South.
650 0 ▼a Africa, Southwest ▼x Race question.
710 2 ▼a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
710 2 ▼a Unesco.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Some dates in the history of South Africa and Namibia = 9
Part Ⅰ South Africa
 1. The historical background to apartheid = 15
  South Africa = 18
  The Great Trek = 18
  Diamonds and gold 21
  Rhodes : Boer-British rivalry = 24
  African organization = 27
 2. Development of the economy = 33
  Geography and climate = 33
  South African gross domestic product = 35
  Industrialization = 37
  Trade = 41
 3. Apartheid in operation = 44
  The legalized framework = 45
  South Africa becomes a republic = 48
  Apartheid and the economy = 48
  Education = 62
  The pass laws = 67
  'Homelands' = 69
  Africans in urban areas = 75
  Security = 78
 4. From opposition to resistance = 85
  Defiance of Unjust Laws Campaign = 88
  The Congress of the People = 90
  The 'treason trial' = 92
  Sharpeville = 92
  Opposition goes underground = 94
  Rivonia = 95
  The Case of the Twenty-two = 98
  Port Elizabeth strike = 98
  Trial of the 'Pretoria six' = 98
  Student protest = 99
  New strike wave = 102
  Black Consciousness = 102
 5. The outside world = 104
  The United Nations = 104
  Africa = 105
  Strategic considerations = 108
  Bans and boycotts = 111
 6. When such men revolt = 121
  Nelson Mandela = 121
  Abram Fischer = 122
  Albert Luthuli = 123
Part Ⅱ Namibia
 1. Background = 127
 2. The economy = 128
  Minerals = 128
  Farming = 129
  Fishing = 129
  Tourism = 129
  Wages = 129
  Welfare = 130
 3. Education = 131
 4. History and peoples = 133
 5. The South African takeover = 137
 6. Namibia and the United Nations = 140
 7. Apartheid and the 'homelands' = 142
 8. Resistance = 146
Appendix Further reading = 153


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