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Published by J.Currey in London .
Written in English


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StatementStephen Ellis and Tjepo Sechaba.
ContributionsSechaba, Tsepo.
The Physical Object
Pagination214p. :
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16517954M
ISBN 100852553528

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The book covers a wide range of issues, historical periods, and geographic regions. Integrated chapters examine four major issues: the traditional (white) role of ethnicity in U.S. foreign policy; ethnic identity group mobilization; newcomers to the foreign policy process; . Comrades Against Apartheid- Stephen Ellis & Tsepo Sechaba This book is about the South African Communist Party and how it took over the leadership of the African National Congress between and , during the time when both organisations were banned in South Africa and forced to establish their headquarters in exile. Comrades Against Apartheid: The ANC and the South African Communist Party in Exile by Tsepo Sechaba, Stephen Ellis and a great selection of related books, . Comrades Against Apartheid: The Anc And The Communist Party In Exile. Comrades Against Apartheid: The Anc And The Communist Party In Exile. In this extraordinary book Ellis, a former editor of the London-based Africa Confidential, and the pseudonymous "Sechaba," a member of both organizations, have lifted the alliance's self-imposed veil of.

  Peter Hain’s anti-apartheid stance came at a cost. Photograph: Peter Johns/The Guardian The protests marked a seminal moment in . The African National Congress and the South African Communist Party have been allied for 40 years and, since their unbanning in , all efforts by South Africa's nervous whites to sever the alliance have failed. In this extraordinary book Ellis, a former editor of the London-based Africa Confidential, and the pseudonymous "Sechaba," a member of both organizations, have lifted the alliance's.   Comrades Who Fought Against Apartheid In South Africa Are Still Languishing In Prison. In the first book, one Irish character, observed that his compatriots were united against the British because of their hatred for the latter, not because of love for one another. It sounded as if it was a black South African observing this country's case. Comrades Against Apartheid. The ANC and the South African Communist Party in Exile. Stephen Ellis and Tsepho Sechaba. Distribution: Canada, Mexico, Philippines, Puerto Rico and United States of America The book also discusses the guerrilla army set up jointly by the two organizations in under the command of Nelson Mandela.