One Azania, One Nation: The National Question in South Africa

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One Azania, One Nation: The National Question in South Africa

By No Sizwe
Zed, 1979
215 pp.
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While setting out to show that the theory of ethnic pluralism is a capitalist scheme to ensure a captive labor force, a veteran of Robben Island assembles a useful historical record of pronouncements on the nationalities question by South African political leaders across the spectrum. Surprisingly often, according to the examples he quotes, they have accepted a variant of his thesis.

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