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Clarion Call 1987

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Clarion Call
Date 1987-00-00
Resource type Journal issues
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Coverage SOUTH AFRICA

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Extent 32 page(s)
Description
Articles Inkatha: the South African liberation movement
The birth of a movement
"Why I established Inkatha"
London Summit Meeting
The mood of black South Africa
The struggle for power - or power struggle?
Release Nelson Mandela
The war against Inkatha
What is behind the name-calling
Constituency politics: rallying the people
Black unity: the crucial factor
Power-sharing - when and how?
Constitutional development
The free enterprise system: why the Inkatha supports it
Pragmatism not sentiment
The trade union movement: support for the workers
Violence: the manipulation of black anger and its consequences
Is this how "the struggle" should be waged?
"Albert would have rejected today's violence..." Mrs Albert Lutuli
What does the west want for SA?: revolution or peaceful change?
Inkatha and KwaZulu: blocking the grand apartheid plan - a history of the struggle
The Church and violence
KwaZulu/Natal indaba
Chief Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi
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