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.
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Merle Lipton is Senior Research Fellow in Southern African Studies, University of Sussex.Review:
'To write this book demanded courage...For such a volume to make its case convincingly, meticulous citation and fair representation of arguments and evidence are critical...Merle Lipton proves that she has the qualifications for the task, bringing to bear a lifetime's knowledge of the literature.' - Anthony Lemon, Mansfield College, Oxford
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