|Editorials: A Truly Extraordinary Chap|
|The Slabbert Resignation|
|Letter to the Editor|
|Editorial: 1991 - Where Will it Take Us?|
|Editorial: Into the Dark|
Liberal Opinion (1961-1968) was published by the Liberal Party of South Africa which was established in 1953 by Alan Paton, after the National Government had won its second General Election.
|Bid to Protect Privilege|
|Dr. Verwoerd's Exaggerated Victory|
|Counter-revolution in Angola: Savimbi's links to Portugal|
|Interview with Amabutho members||
Oral interview with Amabutho which refers collectively to quasi-military formations of township youth who were also often known as "comrades" or "young lions." Mainly active in urban areas, especially in the eastern Cape, most were unemployed school-leavers who supported the United Democratic Fro
|Interview with the Midland Chamber of Industries||
Oral interview with members of the Midland Chamber of Industries headquartered in Port Elizabeth. The aim was to explore their views at a time when political protests, labor action and repression countrywide were at record highs. A partial state of emergency was is in force in the eastern Cape.
|Interview with SASO leaders||
Oral interview took place in the SASO office when Gerhart visited to make an appointment for a formal interview with Steve Biko, which took place the following day. Gerhart was preparing her doctoral dissertation, which became her book, Ã¢â‚¬ËœBlack Power in South AfricaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ (1978).
|An analysis of the interim report of the Commission of Inquiry||
An analysis of the Schlebusch Commission of Inquiry, including the establishment of the Commission and the operation of the Commission. Incomplete document.
|Editorial: Which way are we going?|
|The "constitutional" fallacy|
|The Liberal Party replies|
|The social basis of the European political groups|
|Central African Federation|