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White Wealth and Black Poverty
White Wealth and Black Poverty
By Barbara Rogers
Greenwood Press, 1976, 331 pp

Rogers' forceful case for U.S. economic disengagement from South Africa is buttressed by a detailed description of the parallel development of apartheid and industrialization in South Africa. Covering South Africa's modern sector, the economic structure of the homelands, income distribution, and foreign (particularly U.S.) investors, this study provides a valuable resource, superseding in breadth and depth most current analyses of the subject.