Up Against Apartheid: The Role and the Plight of the Press in South Africa

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Up Against Apartheid: The Role and the Plight of the Press in South Africa

By Richard Pollak
Southern Illinois University Press, 1981
157 pp. $12.95
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This richly anecdotal essay describes the maze of restrictions circumscribing South Africa's press, and the rigidly controlled content of South African television. Unfortunately, the author provides only scanty coverage of the influential Afrikaans newspapers.

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