A photo of this book is available. Very-good, clean copy. NO remainder marks or clippings. Illustrated with photos. Covers are clean - show 1 small, closed tear. 360 pages.
Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. Library Journal: Washington Post reporter Mufson recounts how the 1984-86 black uprising, while failing to overthrow the government and abolish apartheid, has set South Africa on a course of inevitable change. In telling the stories of Winnie Mandela and of ordinary black South Africans, he shows that, although violence was a last resort, the economic strain of massive civil disorder plus international pressure ensured success in forcing the white authorities to make changes. More focused than Adam Hochschild's Mirror at Midnight ( LJ 10/15/90) and more in depth than Anthony Heard's Cape of Storms ( LJ 9/15/90), this should sit beside them on the shelves of university and special collections.-- Louise Leonard, Univ. of Florida Lib., Gainesville
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