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by Mark Swilling,Philip Frankel,Noam Pines

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  • ISBN 0709949006
  • ISBN13 978-0709949008
  • Language English
  • Author Mark Swilling,Philip Frankel,Noam Pines
  • Publisher Croom Helm Ltd; 1St Edition edition (April 1, 1988)
  • Pages 256
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  • Category History
  • Subcategory Africa
  • Size ePub 1112 kb
  • Size Fb2 1816 kb
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This book examines the relation between the state, business, the military and the formation of policy when the basis of the state is under attack.

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Tom Lodge, ‘State of Exile: The African National Congress of South Africa, 1976–86’ in Philip Frankel, Noam Pines and Mark Swilling (eds), State, Resistance and Change in South Africa (Johannesburg: Southern Book.

Tom Lodge, ‘State of Exile: The African National Congress of South Africa, 1976–86’ in Philip Frankel, Noam Pines and Mark Swilling (eds), State, Resistance and Change in South Africa (Johannesburg: Southern Book Publishers, 1988). 2. See Albie Sachs, ‘Post-Apartheid South Africa: A Constitutional Framework’, World Policy Journal, vol. 6, no. 3 (1989), 503–29Google Scholar. See African National Congress Constitutional Committee, ‘A Discussion Document on Structures and Principles of a Constitution for a Democratic South Africa’ (Belville: Centre for Development Studies, April 1991).

FRANKEL, PHILIP, NOAM PINES and MARK SWILLING (eds) (1988) State, Resistance and Change in South Africa (London: Croom Helm). FYNSK, C. (1989) ‘Apartheid, Word and History’, Boundary, 2, vol. XVI, no. 2, pp. 1–12. GASCHE, RODOLPHE (1986) The Tain of the Mirror, Derrida and the Philosophy of Reflection (London: Harvard University Press). GELDENHUYS, DEON and HENNIE KOTZÉ (1983) ‘Aspects of Political Decision-Making in South Africa’, Politikon, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 33–45. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

State, resistance, and change in South Africa. PH Frankel, N Pines, M Swilling. War and Society (Cape Town: David Philip), 1989. South Africa's regional political economy: A critical analysis of reform strategy in the 1980s. W Cobbett, D Glaser, DC Hindson, M Swilling. Croom Helm Ltd, 1988. Economic crisis, long waves and the sustainability transition: An African perspective. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 6, 96-115, 2013.

Chapter 4, on "South African States," deals with the South African state as it. .State, Resistance, and Change in South Africa. London: Croom Helm: 19-51.

Chapter 4, on "South African States," deals with the South African state as it existed between 1910 and 1994. Johannesburg: Ravan: 28-54; (1987).

December 1988 · Millennium - Journal of International Studies. It will assess the methodology of some mass-based community initiatives that challenge the new state to fulfill its social justice promises. The chapter specifically details the struggle to challenge the costs of education for working class.

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Tom Lodge, ‘State of Exile: The African National Congress of South Africa, 1976-86,’ in Philip Frankel, Noam Pines, and Mark Swilling, State, Resistance, and Change in South Africa (London 1998), pp. 229-58

Tom Lodge, ‘State of Exile: The African National Congress of South Africa, 1976-86,’ in Philip Frankel, Noam Pines, and Mark Swilling, State, Resistance, and Change in South Africa (London 1998), pp. 229-58. Tom Lodge, ‘The interplay of Nonviolent and Violent Action in the Movement against Apartheid in South Africa’, in A. Roberts and . Ash (ed., Civil Resistance and Power Politics (Oxford 2009), pp. 213-230. Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela, (1994)

See Lodge, Tom, ‘State of Exile: the African National Congress of South Africa, 1976–1986’, in Philip, Frankel, Noam, Pines, and Mark, Swilling (ed., State, Resistance and Change in South Africa (London, 1988), .

See Lodge, Tom, ‘State of Exile: the African National Congress of South Africa, 1976–1986’, in Philip, Frankel, Noam, Pines, and Mark, Swilling (ed., State, Resistance and Change in South Africa (London, 1988), p. 23. n addition to Umkhonto personnel, a large number of civilian exiles, including children, were organised by the . estimated in the Weekly. 32 Estimates of the numbers of . s national executive committee have varied from just a few to a large majority. See Africa Confidential (London), 31, I, 12 January 1990, and Front File (London), 4, 13, October 1990.