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Title

Clarion Call Volume 2 1988

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Clarion Call
Date 1988-00-00
Resource type Journal issues
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Coverage SOUTH AFRICA

Source
Extent 52 page(s)
Description
Articles Sanctions
Who is right and who is wrong?
An alternative to sanctions: the path of peaceful change
If not sanctions, what else?: a plan of action to give Blacks a chance
What the future holds?
Sanctions will prolong agony
What will Kennedy say now?
Have they got it right?
A wrecked economy won't end apartheid
Blacks don't want to be beggars
Rural hunger and sanctions
ANC to step up violence
No! No! No! fifty thousand times
Archbishop Desmond Tutu: his personal support for sanctions
Tutu supports ANC but not its methods
Foreign workers in South Africa
What the papers are saying
SA may face Ethiopia-type situation
Every wage earner feeds 12 people
Blacks are the losers as US companies pull out
Set Mandela free
Church bodies representing millions say no to sanctions
Realism not emotion
The Catholic position
Getting rid of the third force
Support for conditional investment
Dr Alan Paton
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