Apartheid Whitewash - South Africa Propaganda in the United States

by Richard Leonard, The Africa Fund
with Jennifer Davis
New York, New York, United States
Publisher: The Africa Fund
66 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Preface • Introduction • Propaganda and Media Control • Covert Propaganda Programs • South African Propaganda Claims • 1. South African Propaganda in the United States • Diplomatic offices • Agents for the South African Government • Agents for Unita and Renamo • South African Business Lobbies • U.S. Corporations and the Campaign Against Sanctions • The Religious Right • Tourism Promotion • Cultural, Entertainers, and Sports • Educational Materials • 2. The Impact of South African Censorship and Media • Media Restrictions • The Impact of Restrictions on U.S. Reporting from South Africa • Response of the U.S. Media • Documentaries on the Detention and Torture of Children • Censorship of the Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute • Racism in the U.S. Media • Alternate Television Coverage: "South Africa Now" • "Inside South Africa" - Government-Supplied "News" • Congressional Hearings on Media Restrictions in South Africa • Studies of the Impact of South African Media Control in the U.S. • Appendices • South African Diplomatic and Tourism Offices • Registered Agents in the U.S. for South African Interests • South African Media Restrictions: October 1985-June 1988 • Notes
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