The Color Line

Pogrund, Benjamin
December 1977
New Republic;12/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 25, p15
Focuses on race relations in South Africa. Existence of racial division and conflict since the coming of the whites in 1652; Information on the Boer-Brit conflict, the struggle for supremacy among the whites between the Afrikaners, of Dutch descent, and those of English speaking stock, chiefly of British descent; Insecurity among English speakers due to South Africa's internal stresses.


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