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    When we think of the twilight of the twentieth century we think of the spectacular collapse of communism, the famines in Africa, civil wars and genocides across the globe and inexorable dismantling of South Africa's segregated world. Apartheid was reduced to rubble through the courage of many martyrs and the pressure of world disapproval. This is the history of the final years of one of the worst contemporary regimes, showing the violent conflict between black and white and the clashes of personality between Botha, de Klerk and Mandela. Professor Jack Spence looks at the most controversial issues associated with apartheid - the ambiguous figure of Nelson Mandela; the disastrous attempts at democracy in the 1990s and continuing persistent problems now; the issue of segregation itself versus apartheid; and the episodes thrown up by the commissions. A fascinating account of the final years of Apartheid, showing the violent conflict between black and white and the clashes of personality between Botha, de Klerk and Mandela. As well as a full treatment of all these issues, the book contains original interviews and first hand experiences.
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    ISBN9780582505988
    Pré vendaNão
    Peso277g
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    Livro disponível - pronta entregaNão
    IdiomaInglês
    Tipo itemLivro Nacional
    Número de páginas248
    Número da edição1ª EDIÇÃO - 2010
    Código Interno637741
    Código de barras9780582505988
    AcabamentoPAPERBACK
    AutorSPENCE, JACK | WELSH, DAVID
    EditoraADDISON WESLEY
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