Making of Modern South Africa (Historical Association Studies)

Making of Modern South Africa (Historical Association Studies)

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BooksPolitical SciencePolitical IdeologiesDemocracy

BooksSocial ScienceDiscrimination & Race Relations

BooksHistoryAfricaSouthRepublic of South Africa

ISBN: 0631198822 / Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell, June 1995

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The book examines the major issues in South Africa's history, from the colonial conquest of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, through the establishment of racism, segregation and apartheid, to the spirit of reform, resistance and repression of the 1980s and, now, in this new edition, the first democratic elections in April 1994. With the break up of institutional apartheid, perspectives on recent South African history have undergone a significant shift. Nigel Worden examines these changes and assesses developments within the new South Africa in a wide historical context, providing a sharp, analytical overview for all those interested in modern South African history and politics. Read More
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