South African Crisis and United States Policy

Africa Today Pamphlet : 5
by Collin Gonze, George M. Houser, Perry M. Sturges, American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
1962
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
67 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: DEFINING OUR TASK • SECTION I. APARTHEID AND ITS OPPONENTS • A. AFRIKANER NATIONALISM IN POWER • I. The Nationalists Grow in Strength • 2. The State Arms Itself • 3. The Sabotage Act • 4. Toward Thought Control • 5. The Fantasy of "Bantu Self-Government" (The Transkei) • B. INTERNAL OPPOSITION TO APARTHEID • 1. African Organizations • 2. Other Forces • C. UNITED NATIONS OPPOSITION • SECTION II. SOUTH AFRICA AND THE UNITED STATES • A. AT THE UNITED NATIONS-HESITATING ALLEGIANCE • B. MILITARY ENTANGLEMENT • C. ECONOMIC INVOLVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA • D. SANCTIONS AND BOYCOTT • SECTION III. THINGS TO COME AND HOW THEY AFFECT US • SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS
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