Gaining ground : "rights" and "property" in South African land reform
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Gaining ground : "rights" and "property" in South African land reform / Deborah James.
|Main author:||James, Deborah, Dr.|
Table of Contents:
- 'Rights' or 'property'?
- State, society, the law and the landless in South Africa
- 'A sentimental attachment to the neighbourhood'
- Expanding restitution : the question of informal rights
- Challenging restitution : African owners, African tenants, and the politics of land reform
- 'To take back the land' : labour tenancy and the landless peoples' movement
- Between public and private : new property models
- Rights, welfare or the market? the new redistribution
- Land, power and people : chiefs, brokers and intermediaries
- White power, black redress : the racial politics of land reform