Liberals, Marxists, and Nationalists Competing Interpretations of South African History
by
 
Lipton, Merle. author.

Title
Liberals, Marxists, and Nationalists Competing Interpretations of South African History

Author
Lipton, Merle. author.

ISBN
9781349602704

Personal Author
Lipton, Merle. author.

Physical Description
VII, 228 p. online resource.

Abstract
This book examines conflicting interpretations of the origins, evolution, and end of apartheid. Lipton asserts that it began around 1970 with relatively non-violent reform, and ended following President de Klerk's release of Nelson Mandela, and his reinstatement of the African National Congress and other organizations, in February 1990.

Subject Term
Political science.
 
Africa -- History.
 
Africa, Sub-Saharan -- History.
 
Asia -- History.
 
Africa -- Politics and government.
 
Peace.
 
Political Science and International Relations.
 
African Politics.
 
Asian History.
 
African History.
 
Peace Studies.
 
History of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Added Corporate Author
SpringerLink (Online service)

Electronic Access
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-60270-4


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