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Historia

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Historia vol.53 no.2 Durban  2008

 

Not the Kraken

 

Jeff Peires
University of Fort Hare

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3. C. Saunders, The Making of the South African Past (David Philip, Cape Town, 1988); K. Smith, The Changing Past (Southern Books, Johannesburg, 1988).
4. D. Posel, The Making of Apartheid (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1991); D. O'Meara, Forty Lost Years (Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1996).
5. S. Marks, The Ambiguities of Dependence in South Africa (Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1986); S. Marks and S. Trapido, "Lord Milner and the South African State", (1979; reprinted in P. Bonner (ed), Working Papers in Southern African Studies II (Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1981).
6. M. Lacey, Working for Boroko the Origins of a Coercive Labour System in South Africa (Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1981).
7. J.S. Saul and S. Gelb, The Crisis in South Africa (Zed Press, London, 1986).

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