No place to rest. Forced removals and the law in South Africa.

Since 1950 more than 3.5 million South Africans have been forcibly moved to further the policy of apartheid.During the 1980’s two developments affected the policy of forced removals;a series of high profile struggles,involving litigation,resulted in several communities successfully resisting their removal;and in 1986 the government repealed the pass laws and introduced a new urbanization strategy.This book describes and analyses these developments and provides an accessible guide to the legislation affecting forced removals.

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limp pictorial card covers,clean but with some slight corner and edge-wear.Size 9×6 pp VII+248,inc.index,resource bibliography,notes to text,illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints,inc frontispiece,some page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread),no foxing,staining or browning.Internally,clean and bright throughout.

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