This volume, the fifth in the From Protest to Challenge Series, examines and documents the liberation struggle in South Africa from its nadir in 1964 to its resurgence by 1979. Four earlier volumes traced the long history of resistence against white domination and the pursuit of racial equality during the period 1882-1964. This publication is a documentary history of the national liberation struggle in South Africa which includes a priceless collection of new primary historical sources. The 129 carefully selected documents (429 pp) covering the years 1964-1979 add historical depth and veracity to the finely honed, schlolarly text. Some are landmark speeches: Bram Fischer from the dock in 1966, Abram Tiro at Turfloop graduation in 1972, Chief Buthelezi at Jabulani Amphitheatre, Soweto, in March 1976. Some bear testimony to the fortitude of resisters, nameless and well known, who struggled against forced removals. 'Bantu education', and racism in the churches. Extensive footnotes and bibliography, chronology of events, indexes of organisations and persons.
Publisher: Unisa Press
Number of pages: 840
Weight: 1320 g
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