This book examines the historical forces that led to the development of the system of apartheid, what life was like under the system for both blacks and whites, and the efforts that caused the end of this system.
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David Downing is a Heinemann Raintree author.From Booklist:
Gr. 7-10. Part of the Witness to History series, this dense volume is an excellent narrative overview of the apartheid struggle, drawing extensively on primary sources that provide depth, detail, drama, and authenticity. Still very readable, the pages are packed with newspaper articles and official documents, full-color documentary photos, and boxed insets, in varied typefaces, that provide context for the quotes that present many sides of the issues. The bibliography is short, but the fully documented list of primary sources will stimulate readers to find out more, and the book has both an extensive glossary and a time line. Other titles in the series include Afghanistan, Hiroshima, and The War in Iraq. Hazel Rochman
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