Can South Africa Survive?: Five Minutes To Midnight by D. BrewerCan South Africa Survive?: Five Minutes To Midnight by D. Brewer

Can South Africa Survive?: Five Minutes To Midnight

byD. Brewer

Paperback | January 1, 1989

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A collection of essays on the contemporary crisis and change in South Africa which considers the international political position, Afrikaner politics, South African economics, internal Black politics, The United Democratic Front, Black trade unions and constitutional change.
Title:Can South Africa Survive?: Five Minutes To MidnightFormat:PaperbackDimensions:350 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.17 inPublished:January 1, 1989Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333470605

ISBN - 13:9780333470602

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Table of Contents

The role of the super powers, C.R.Berridge; sanctions against South Africa - punitive action or placebo politics?, Gerald Braun and Heribert Weiland; the European Community and sanctions against South Africa, Martin Holland; the Afrikaner empire strikes back - South Africa's regional policy, Gerald Braun; Afrikaner politics 1977-87 - from Afrikaner nationalist rule to central state hegemony, Hermann Giliomee; "probably the best laager in the world" - the record and prospects of South African economy, Terrence Moll; the KwaNatal Indaba and the politics of promising too much, Nicoli Nattrass; internal Black politics, John D.Brewer; the United Democratic Front - leadership and ideology, Tom Lodge; Black trade unions and political change in South Africa, Mark Mitchell and Dave Russell; constitutional change and international norms, Adrian Guelke; doctrines of political "change", Paul B.Rich; political impasse in South Africa - state capacities and crisis management, Mark Mitchell and Dave Russell; five minutes to midnight, John D.Brewer.