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Survey of Race Relations in South Africa 1980

£4.99

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Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1980 by the South African Institute of Race Relations. Including chapters on the political developments of various ethnic groups (split in to white, Indian and "coloured"), African political affairs, Population, Economic situation, Employment, Trade unions and labour relations, Defence, Administration of justice, police and prisons, Administration of security legislation, Control of the media, Urban African affairs, Group areas and housing, The African homelands, Economic development of the homelands, Relocations of the African population, Education, School and University boycotts, Technical and vocational training, Universities, Bursaries and scholarships, Health, Social welfare, Sport, Lay organisations concerned with race relations, Churches, International matters affecting SA, South West Africa/Namibia and Zimbabwe.
This copy is in good readable condition, there is some slight wear and a water or coffee stain to the corner but the pages are clear and the spine intact and seemingly uncreased.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21x15x4cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
690
Publisher:
South African Institute of Race Relations
Title:
Survey of Race Relations in South Africa 1980

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Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1980 by the South African Institute of Race Relations. Including chapters on the political developments of various ethnic groups (split in to white, Indian and "coloured"), African political affairs, Population, Economic situation, Employment, Trade unions and labour relations, Defence, Administration of justice, police and prisons, Administration of security legislation, Control of the media, Urban African affairs, Group areas and housing, The African homelands, Economic development of the homelands, Relocations of the African population, Education, School and University boycotts, Technical and vocational training, Universities, Bursaries and scholarships, Health, Social welfare, Sport, Lay organisations concerned with race relations, Churches, International matters affecting SA, South West Africa/Namibia and Zimbabwe.
This copy is in good readable condition, there is some slight wear and a water or coffee stain to the corner but the pages are clear and the spine intact and seemingly uncreased.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21x15x4cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
690
Publisher:
South African Institute of Race Relations
Title:
Survey of Race Relations in South Africa 1980

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