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Fighting Talk Volume 14 Number 5 October 1960

Fighting Talk - a journal for democrats in Southern Africa

5th National Congress
Fighting Talk Volume 16 Number 6 July 1962

Fighting Talk

Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 3 March 1957

Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats

Fighting Talk Volume 12 Number 2 March 1958

Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats

Fighting Talk Volume 14 Number 2 March 1960

Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats

Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 3 May 1955

Fighting Talk

Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 4 May 1957

Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats

Fighting Talk Volume 13 Number 4 May 1959

Fighting Talk - organ of the Springbok legion

Fighting Talk

Fighting Talk was initially a publication of the Springbok Legion of ex-servicemen and women, until in February 1954 when the "Fighting Talk Committee", in Johannesburg, took over the responsibility for publishing.

Communication clears the way in Cathcart
Rebels go home
The bus boycott
Unity brings bus victory
Boycott smashes co-option
The Uitenhage Experience: Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1988

The Uitenhage Experience: Paper Presented at at the Black Sash National Conference on 11 March 1988 discussing violence, vigilantism, housing, forced removals, schools boycotts, Langa massacre, community councils, urbanisation.

The Durban Unrest: Paper Presented at National Conference 1986

The Durban Unrest: Paper Presented at National Conference on 14 March 1986 discussing Civil Unrest, confrontation between Inkatha and COSATU, foreign aid, crisis offices, tribalism, land ownership, schools boycotts, homelands.

Civil War in the Border Bantustan: Paper presented at National Conference 1984

Civil war in the border bantustan: Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1984 discussing the new constitution, self-government, homelands, violence and protest, bus boycotts, opposition to Ciskei government.

Standing for the truth campaign

Circular on non-violence campaign about public transport system.

A call to all: now is the time to take an active role in the struggle for human dignity

The call is made by students of the Cape Peninsular to join the fight for human dignity against the unjust apartheid system.

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