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Release Date:November 1988. Publisher:Africa World Press. 35 lbs. Dimensions:9.
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The Journal of Modern African Studies. Pp. xiv + 234. £2. 0.
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Popular Struggle in South Africa has an urgency and relevance rare among academic books. The book starts with a strongly argued and seminal discussion of this question by William Cobbett and Robin Cohen. Nearly all the contributors are close to the sites of encounter and resistance they are describing. And the final chapter is a substantial assessment by John Saul of ‘class, race and the Future of socialism in South Africa’. ABOUT THE AUTHORS WILLIAM COBBETT, of the University of the Witwatersrand, has been working at the center of Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick.
Robin Cohen (born 1944) is a social scientist working in the fields of globalisation, migration and diaspora studies. He is Emeritus Professor of Development Studies and former Director of the International Migration Institute, University of Oxford. Robin Cohen was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He left in 1964, returning to the country for three years in the post-Mandela period, when he served as Dean of Humanities at the University of Cape Town (2001–04)
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