This book tells the story of apartheid from the beginning. It traces the gradual accretion over 300 years of the habits, institutions, laws, resentments, ambitions, acquiescences and evasions that led to the modern form of apartheid. Drawing on interviews both with the makers of apartheid policy and with its victims, this essential book describes the gradual growth of violent resistance and the increasing repressiveness of relocating Africans to the so called tribal homelands.
WK320.56 / 591007
Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-190) and index.