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Protest: Marching Against Apartheid

It could have been a scene from the civil rights movement of the 1960s: a large crowd of demonstrators, most of them black, marching in peaceful protest down...

RHODESIA: Apartheid Edges North

Harder times lie ahead for Rhodesia's blacks. The Parliament of the breakaway colony recently adopted a series of harsh new measures designed to impose South...

SOUTH AFRICA: Apartheid Television

SOUTH AFRICA Apartheid Television Ach, man, can't you see what'II happen? It's afternoon. The kaffir's in the living room on his hands and knees sweeping the...

SOUTH AFRICA: Apartheid v. Profits

As an advocate and practitioner of white supremacy, South Africa's Prime Minister Johannes Strydom has few rivals. One of these is his brother-in-law Jan de...

The Press: Apartheid for Newsmen

Last June, the truncheons of 500 South African police beat down a native riot in Cato Manor, Durban's tin-roofed apartheid shantytown (four dead, 24 injured),...

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