Routledge Library Editions: South Africa
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Originally published between 1931 and 1994 these books cover the turbulent racial history and politics of South Africa as well as economic and social aspects. Their authors include one of the premier historians of British imperial policy and African history, as well as many who were active in the political fight to end the apartheid system, some of whom were imprisoned or exiled for their beliefs.
The volumes discuss:
- The complexities of the relationships between peoples of different racial origins
- The widely differing economic and cultural standards within one country – inequalities which continue to exist today
- Trace the history and growth of Apartheid in South Africa
- Provide novel data for sociological, political and strategic reassessment of South Africa.
- Explore the development of the gold and diamond mining industries and their effect on the South African economy and its labour force
- Examine the ways in which American and South African culture have been fascinated with and influenced by one another
- Provide students with easily accessible historical primary sources.
Table of Contents
1. Edited by Jesmond Blumenfeld. South Africa in crisis 978-1-032-32357-2
2. Edgar H. Brookes Apartheid. 978-1-032-31041-1
3. Nancy Charton Ciskei 978-1-032-30768-8
4. Monica Mary Cole South Africa. 978-1-032-30794-7
5. Cornelis W. De Kiewiet The Imperial Factor in South Africa 978-1-032-30805-0
6. Patrick Duncan South Africa's Rule of Violence. 978-1-032-33359-5
7. Edited by Philip H Frankel, Noam Pines, Mark Swilling State, resistance and change in South Africa 978-1-032-31159-3
8. L. H. Gann and Peter Duignan Why South Africa Will Survive 978-1-032-31494-5
9. David M. Goodfellow A Modern Economic History of South Africa. 978-1-032-32692-4
10. Frederick A. Johnstone Class, race and gold 978-1-032-30834-0
11. Arthur Keppel-Jones South Africa. 978-1-032-32072-4
12. Norman Levy The Foundations of the South African Cheap Labour System 978-1-032-31118-0
13. Nicholas Mansergh South Africa, 1906-1961. 978-1-032-31183-8
14. Fatima Meer Race and suicide in South Africa 978-1-032-32670-2
15. Rob Nixon Homelands, Harlem, and Hollywood 978-1-032-31880-6
16. John Selby A short history of South Africa. 978-1-032-32066-3
17. Alf Stadler The political economy of modern South Africa. 978-1-032-32101-1
18. Freda Troup South Africa. 978-1-032-32268-1
19. Edited by Pierre L. van der Berghe The Liberal Dilemma in South Africa 978-1-032-32213-1
20. Hendrik W. Van der Merwe Pursuing justice and peace in South Africa 978-1-032-32198-1
21. Edited by Monica Wilson and Leonard Thompson A History of South Africa to 1870 978-1-032-31627-7.