The national liberation struggle in South Africa: a case study of the United Democratic Front, 1893-1987
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This study looks at the role of the strategy and tactics of the African National Congress (ANC) -led alliance as well as material and political grievances in generating popular protest and organisation to explain the emergence, nature, role and activities of the United Democratic Front (UDF) and its affiliates. It is argued that these two elements were the main factors underlying revolutionary developments in the 1980s.
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