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The Fight for an Egalitarian Society: Towards Politics of Racial Harmony and Equity in South Africa
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Authors: Tsoaledi Daniel Thobejane (University of Venda, Thohoyandou, South Africa) 
Book Description:
Twentieth century South African history and politics have been marked by intense conflict. This conflict still manifests itself on racial and class lines within the country. In this text, Dr. Tsoaledi Daniel Thobejane is trying to bring about a Black perspective on the writing and narration of what led to the formation of what can be referred to as contemporary South Africa. The text is biographical and historical. He is looking at black resistance politics in south Africa an and also does a brief overview of international politics as compared to South Africa. As a South African who grew up in township and living in the United States, Thobejane feels bound to give a personal view of international relations, especially with the role of america under President George Bush (Jnr) in the Middle East.


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Table of Contents:
Preface Acknowledgment Foreword
Introduction;pp.1-4
Chapter 1. The young, the free and the destitute pp.5-10

Chapter 2. Adulthood in Apartheid South Africa pp.13-18

Chapter 3. An encounter with the forces of repression pp.19-29

Chapter 4. Mobilizing the masses pp.31-36

Chapter 5. The Transvaal Provincial Administration is sabotaged in Potgietersrus pp.37-39

Chapter 6. Torture and its malcontents pp. 41-55

Chapter 7. Life in Nylstroom Prison pp.57-59

Chapter 8. Imprisonment pp.61-66

Chapter 9. Definitions of Black Consciousness philosophy pp.67-98

Chapter 10. The BCM’s cooperation with other liberation movements pp.99-109

Chapter 11. The activist as a torchbearer of liberation pp.111-122

Conclusion pp.123-127

Bibliography pp.129-133

Appendix pp.135-148

Index pp.149-159

   Series:
      African Political, Economic, and Security Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 7 x 10 153.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-229-3
   Status: AV
  
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