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Martin Meredith • 7 Books
In the Name of Apartheid (1988)
South Africa in the Postwar Period
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    Africa (5 Reviews)
    Africa in the 1990s and Beyond, by Robert I. Rotberg
    1. Africa in the 1990s and Beyond by Robert I. Rotberg
    2. In the Name of Apartheid by Martin Meredith
    3. Islam and Urban Labor in Northern Nigeria by Paul M. Lubeck
    4. State, Resistance and Change in South Africa by Philip Frankel, Mark Swilling, and Noam Pines
    5. Zambia: Between Two Worlds by Marcia M. Burdette
    Orbis, Winter 1989, pp. 145-147
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    Can South Africa Change? (7 Reviews)
    In the Name of Apartheid, by Martin Meredith
    1. In the Name of Apartheid by Martin Meredith
    2. South Africa by Shaun Johnson
    3. Inside Apartheid by Janet Levine
    4. Democratic Liberalism in South Africa by Jeffrey Butler, Richard Elphick, and David Welsh, ...
    5. After Apartheid by Frances Kendall and Leon Louw
    6. Uprooting Poverty by Francis Wilson #2 and Mamphela Ramphele
    7. Can South Africa Survive? by John D. Brewer
    The New York Review of Books, October 26, 1989, pp. 48-55
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    Apartheid Index (8 Reviews)
    States of Emergency, by Andre Brink
    1. States of Emergency by Andre Brink
    2. White Writing by J.M. Coetzee
    3. They Cannot Kill Us All by Richard Manning
    4. Move Your Shadow by Joseph Lelyveld
    5. In the Name of Apartheid by Martin Meredith
    6. Gatsha Buthelezi by Mzala
    7. South Africa Belongs To Us by Francis Meli
    8. Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths by Victoria Brittain
    Marxism Today, June 1988, p. 51