Anti-Apartheid: Transnational Conflict and Western Policy in the Liberation of South Africa

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Anti-Apartheid: Transnational Conflict and Western Policy in the Liberation of South Africa

By George W. Shepherd, Jr.
Greenwood Press, 1977
246 pp. $15.95
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This highly knowledgeable survey of the evolution of the Western anti-apartheid movement contrasts the activism of non-governmental organizations with the foot-dragging of Western governments - particularly on the U.N. arms embargo. Shepherd, however, overextends the pessimism implicit in his material when he dismisses the possibility - and even the potential significance - of effective Western governmental action against apartheid.

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