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Written from inside the movement of which it is so critical, McKinley's book iseloquent testimony of the continuing vitality of the South African left' Modern African Studies'Dale T. McKinley's succinct critical biography of the ANC offers the reader much food for thought.
The ANC and the Liberation Struggle: A Critical Political Biography By Dale T. McKinley Pluto Press . Being at the centre of this political meeting place, there was little McKinley did not know about South African left politics.
This book is essential reading for anybody wishing to understand political developments in South Africa since 1994. Born in Zimbabwe, he spent several years in the United States, where he was active in the anti-apartheid and Central American solidarity movements.
The Anc and the Liberation Struggle: A Critical Political Biography. The formative years national liberation of a special type (1960-1975) from Soweto to Kabwe (1976-1984) the politics of ungovernability - insurrectionary hopes and strategic realities (1985-1989. More). Democracy and social movements in south africa.
McKinley . 1997: The ANC and the liberation struggle: A critical political biography. Padayachee . 1998: Progressive academic economists and the challenge of development in South Africa's decade of liberation. Peet . 2002: Ideology, discourse, and the geography of hegemony: From socialist to neoliberal development in postapartheid South Africa.
Dale T. McKinley has been an activist and intellectual of the South African left for more than 25 years. As a short book which is aimed towards a wide audience, McKinley does not engage in extensive theoretical posturing, yet still lays out his framework in a clear fashion (pp. 8-11). His work with social movements and prolific authorship will make him a familiar character to many. As is the case with numerous other expelled members of the South African Communist Party (SACP), McKinley is now one of the most unforgiving critics of both the SACP and the African National Congress (ANC)-led government to which the party lends its support.
McKinley, Dale T. 1997. This book examines these processes at the local level. It focuses on the United Democratic Front (UDF) as a social movement from below, officially launched in August 1983
McKinley, Dale T. It focuses on the United Democratic Front (UDF) as a social movement from below, officially launched in August 1983. The aim of the UDF was the creation of a united democratic South Africa. The author takes three local organizations as a vantage point. The first part of the book briefly explores the origins of the UDF, followed by a chronological outline of major events and trends in the 1980s.
This is an extract from DALE McKINLEY’s new book, South Africa’s Corporatised Liberation: A critical analysis of the .
This is an extract from DALE McKINLEY’s new book, South Africa’s Corporatised Liberation: A critical analysis of the ANC in power. The creation of deliberate confusion among workers and the poor by endless claims of ideological and organisational fealty to a left developmental agenda, while failing to provide the necessary human and financial resources for effective implementation of the progressive, second-tier policies and legislation.
The Journal of Modern African Studies. Volume 36, Issue 2. June 1998, pp. 333-356. The ANC and the Liberation struggle by Dale T. London, Pluto Press, 1997. Pp. 175, Hb. £4. 0 Pbk. £1. 9. University of the Witwatersrand.
gives a plausible and logical explanation of Stalin's life as it relates to the history of his times and to the other Marxist leaders of Russia. -South Atlantic Quarterly. The most widely read and accepted standard on the subject. Hardly a page in which his treatment does not have the clarity, force, and fairness that comes from the fact that he places events in the enduring context of historical perspective.