Stengel, Richard
April 1996
New Republic;4/22/96, Vol. 214 Issue 17, p13
Focuses on the concerns of whites in South Africa about the crime rates in the country. Prevalence of crime committed by blacks against whites; Description of Plettenberg Bay as a summer playground of whites; Comparison of murder rate between South Africa and the U.S.; Necessity for blacks to take responsibility for themselves in improving their economic status.


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