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POLITICAL DETENTION REMEMBERED
Organisation & Strategies of the Major Resistance Movements in the Negotiation Era

Transition to democracy : policy perspectives 1991

Correspondence between Magnus Gunther and Randolph Vigne
Letter from John to Peter Brown
South Africa and the Global Order: The Structural Conditioning of a Transition to Democracy

On 2 February 1990, a mere two months after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, State President F.W. de Klcrk announced the unbanning of the African National Congress (ANC), the Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) and the South Africa.....

What did they think they were doing? Chapter 2
Questions with Randolph Vigne on the African Resistance Movement (ARM)
Interview with Randolph Vigne conducted by Magnus Gunther
Queries re Randolp Vigne interviews
Interview with Randolph Vigne
Letter from Peter Brown to Ann
DR GM Naicker President of the SAIC

Dr GM Naicker played a key role in planning a mass civil disobedience movement. The initiative was taken by the ANC and the PAC which called on Africans to revolt against the carrying of passes.

Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo

It was lovely to see a proxy and hear that you and everyone else are fine and bearing up under difficult circumstances.

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