Contents: Forward • Roots of Revolt • Part I: South Africa • A Nation Torn Asunder • Sharpeville Massacre • What God Hath Joined Together • A Case For Disengagement • Part II: South West Africa • Captives in Their Own Land • The Pretoria Trial • Part III: Mozambique/Angola • A Long War Ahead • A Revolution Almost Forgotten • Flight to Freedom • Part IV: Rhodesia • To Divide and Rule • Right of Admission Reserved • A Nation Among Enemies • Part V: General • Keeping the Student Down • Colonialism and the UN • American Investments Bolster Racism • The Church on Trial • The Arithmetic of Violence • The Reluctant Congress • Our Horse-and-Buggy Policy in Africa • Part VI: Response • A Mandate for Action • Suggested Actions • A Basic Reading List • Map of Southern Africa • The pamphlet discusses the Organization of African Unity (OAU), NATO, military equipment, Helen Suzman, the Progressive Party, the Bantu Laws Amendment Act, migrant labor, the Group Areas Act, a shantytown called Holpan, gold, diamonds, wool, the Mamuthla Reserve, apartheid, pass laws, police, Mangakise Robert Sobukwe, the Bantustan scheme, Transkei, Umtata, Western Pondoland, Victor Poto, Chief Kaiser D. Matanzima, Matsokolo Mapheele, Verwoerd, Langabuya location, an arms embargo, missile and space programs, a nuclear agreement, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), the Industrial Conciliation Act, Henry Ford II, Milton P. Higgins, the Norton Company, the Nationalist Party, the United Party, the Export Control Act, the South Africa Council of Churches (SACC), the League of Nations, the International Court od Justice, the Odendaal Plan, Ovamboland, SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), the Terrorism Act, the Special Branch, police, Toivo Herman ja Toivo, Tsumeb, the African National Congress (ANC), the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo), the Mozambique Institute, Lord Kilbracken, Portuguese Premier Antonio Salazar, Marcelo Caetano, the Cora-Bassa dam, the Roman Catholic Church in Mozambique, the All African People’s Conference in Ghana, the Angola revolt of 1961, President John F. Kennedy, Walter Lippmann, Arthur Krock, Mário de Andrade, the Movimento Popular de Libertaҫāo de Angola (MPLA), Agostinho Neto, Holden Roberto, Govêrno Revolucionário de Angola (GRAE), Amilcar Cabral, Jonas Savimbi, Uniāo Nacional para a Independéncia Total de Angola (UNITA), Len Addicott, Rev. Clifford Parsons, Rev. David Grenfell, Bishop Ralph E. Dodge, the Baptist Missionary Society, Rev. Malcolm McVeigh, Rev. E. Edwin LeMaster, Rev. Dr. Carl R. Dille, the United Church of Christ, Dr. Sid Gilchrist, the United Church of Canada, the Ovimbundo community, the Azores bases, the Congo Protestant Relief Agency, the World Food Program, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Ian Smith, the Land Apportionment Act, rural Africans, the Federation of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, the Rhodesian Front, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), the Zimbabwe African Peoples Union (ZAPU), sanctions, UDI (Universal Declaration of Independence), the Copperbelt, the British South Africa Company, the Central African Federation, Nyasaland, Kenneth Kaunda, Hastings K. Banda, the University Christian Movement (UCM), liberation movements, the Rhodesian Council of Churches, Frente Revolucionaria Africana para a Independencia das Colonias Portuguesas (FRAIN), the Student Representative Council (SRC), the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, First National City Bank, Standard Bank, Charles Engelhard, the American South African Investment Company, the Gulf Oil Company, Essex Corporation of America, Zululand, the Ford Motor Company, the South Africa Foundation, the Dutch Reformed Church, the Christian Institute of South Africa, Afrikaners, the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (UPCUSA), Edward Hawley, the Tanzania Christian Council, Rev. Potter, Michael Scott, the United States Congress, Rep, Charles C. Diggs, Robert F. Kennedy, Albert Luthuli, Richard Nixon, Chemical Bank New York Trust Co., the sugar quota for South Africa, tourism, and propaganda. [Note: the name is often spelled Toivo ya Toivo.]
Used by permission of the National Council of Churches.
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections