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Freedom and state security in the South African plural society
A S Mathews
Alan Paton Centre
This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages. The discussion on state security and state legislation and its effect on freedom, as well as racial divisions are an obstacle towards a sucessful democracy. The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial lecture 1971.
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