SOUTH AFRICA WITHOUT APARTHEID, dismantling racial domination

: Adam (H.) & Moodley (K.)

R 350.00
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xviii + 315pp., hardback, d.w., California, [1986] 


"In this realistic yet optimistic study of the power configurations in South Africa and in the emerging post-apartheid state. Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley argue that neither the maintenance of the status quo nor revolutionary transformation is likely. Instead, their study shows how power can work. The authors de-mystify official reform rhetoric but also analyze the cleavages in opposition politics. The divergent strategies of the African National Congress (ANC), the unions, and Inkatha are dissected, as are the splits in ruling minority. " Taken from front flap of dustjacket.