Why Apartheid is Worse

November 1977
New Republic;11/12/77, Vol. 177 Issue 20, p5
Focuses on the involvement of the U.S. and other western democracies in efforts to eliminate apartheid in South Africa. History of the colonization of South Africa; Significance of the perception of native and white South Africans; Factors which influence the public policy of South Africa; Reasons for the isolation of South Africa.


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