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Apartheid in Crisis (1986)
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    A world war (4 Reviews)
    South Africa: Background to the Crisis, by Michael Attwell
    1. South Africa: Background to the Crisis by Michael Attwell
    2. Destructive Engagement by Julius K. Nyerere
    3. Brutal Force by Gavin Cawthra
    4. Apartheid in Crisis by Mark A. Uhlig
    The New Statesman, September 26, 1986, p. 39
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Beggar Your Neighbours by Joseph Hanlon
    2. The Apartheid Crisis by Oliver F. Williams
    3. Apartheid in Crisis by Mark A. Uhlig
    4. Ethiopia, the United States, and the Soviet Union by David A. Korn
    5. The Crisis in Zaire: Myths and Realities by Ntalaja Nzongola
    6. Imposing Aid by B.E. Harrell-Bond
    7. African Refugees by Gaim Kibreab
    8. The Future of Africa and the New International Economic Order by Ralph I. Onwuka and Olajide Aluko
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1986, pp. 412-414
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    Book Notes (11 Reviews)
    Recent Books on South Africa
    1. The Struggle for South Africa by Robert H. Davies, Dan O'Meara, and Sipho Dlamini, ...
    2. African Politics: Crises and Challenges by J. Gus Liebenow
    3. A History of Africa by Hosea Jaffe
    4. The Struggle Is My Life by Nelson Mandela
    5. Nelson Mandela by Mary Benson
    6. I Write What I Like by Steve Biko and Aelred Stubbs
    7. Black Consciousness in South Africa by Robert Fatton, Jr.
    8. The Crisis in South Africa by John S. Saul and Stephen Gelb
    9. South Africa Without Apartheid by Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley
    10. Apartheid in Crisis by Mark A. Uhlig
    11. King Solomon's Mines Revisited by William Minter
    The Nation, November 22, 1986, pp. 581-582