Bantustans. The Fragmentation of South Africa.


Bantustans,or self-governing African states built up from the existing African Reserves in South Africa,are the South African Government’s answer to growing criticism by the outside world of her apartheid policy.Since criticism may turn to revolution from within or armed intervention from outside,any solution is worth critical appraisal.The author gives an objective account of what the Bantustans policy is trying to achieve,its present stage of development,and an assessment of its chances of success,which we believe are small.Particular attention is given to the Transkei.

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Limp printed card covers,in v/g clean and sharp condition.Size 7×5 pp 6+114,inc,appendix,page maps,various tables.No plated text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing, staining or browning,clean and bright throughout.


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