Divided Against Itself : South Africa's White Poli..., July 1970

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Title
Divided Against Itself : South Africa's White Polity
Date
197007
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Orlik, Peter B., School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Copyright
Copyright 1970 by Cambridge University Press. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1961-1978; South Africa -- History -- 1961-1994; South Africa -- English-Afrikaner relations;
Description
Overview of English and Afrikaner political differences in South Africa during the 1960's. Focuses on questions of whether South Africa would become a republic, whether it would remain in the British Commonwealth, and whether it would retain a British parliamentary system of government.
Source
Orlik, Peter B., "Divided Against Itself: South Africa's White Polity" Journal of Modern African Studies 8:2 (July 1970) 199-212.
Language
English
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