Race Relations in South Africa, 1929-1979

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Race Relations in South Africa, 1929-1979

Edited by Ellen Hellmann and Henry Lever
St. Martin's, 1980
278 pp. $25.00

The dominant theme in this collection, mostly by white South African academics and political observers, is plus ça change. The relative constancy of racial attitudes shown here, however, contrasts sharply with the changing environment of massive economic and bureaucratic growth.

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