Is Southern Africa Wisconsin's Business?

by Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
February 1971
40 pages
Contents: Roots of Revolt in Southern Africa • Portuguese Colonialism • Situation in Southern Africa and 'Portuguese' Guinea • Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) • Namibia (South West Africa) • Apartheid in South Africa • American Support Bolsters Racism • U.S. Gives Military Support to Racism • U.S. Gives Economic Support to Racism • Clark Oil Goes International • South Africa Strikes Oil at Sea • Would You Give South Africa Nuclear Power? Allis-Chalmers Did • S. C. Johnson & Sons, Inc. • Cutler-Hammer in South Africa • Kimberly-Clark Corporation • Other Wisconsin Companies in Southern Africa • Visa-Versa? • Interlocking Directorates in Wisconsin Companies • Business In Not Just Business, You Know! • Great Decisions: 1970 • Other Companies Involved In Southern Africa and Wisconsin • General Motors in South Africa • Investment, Recruitment, and the Status Quo • The following is a memo sent from a student group at University of Michigan • University of Michigan Office of Student Services Policy Board Statement • Where in the World Are You Going? South Africa? Rhodesia? Or the sunny shores of Mozambique? • Modern American Capitalism: Ethics and Standards of American Multinational Business Management in South Africa • A British Construction Firm • Polaroid • Ford - In and For South Africa • Chrysler in South Africa • General Motors - South Africa • Labor Unions in S.A. • Conclusion • What Can You Do? • Sources for Further Information
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections