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Contesting Apartheid


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Introduction; Interpreting Anti-Apartheid Activism; Discovery, Dependence, and Denial: The Legacy of U.S.-South African-Relations, 18671960; The Sharpeville Massacre and the Rise of U. S. Anti-Apartheid Activism, 19601968; Benign Neglect to Global Threat: Creating Political Space for Anti-Apartheid Activism, 19691975; The Resilience and Revival of Anti-Apartheid Activism, 19761983; Organizational Growth: New Directions and Strategies; The Free South Africa Movement and the; Zenith of Anti-Apartheid Activism, 19841987; Organizational Developments: Escalating Confrontation; Conclusion.

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Donald Culverson is professor of political science and justice studies at Governors State University in University Park, Illinois. He has taught at Washington State University, the University of Wisconsin, and Syracuse University.

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