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Working Papers in Southern African Studies
Vol. 3

By D. C. Hindson

THE STATE AND AGRICULTURAL LABOUR
Zanzibar after Slavery
Fred Cooper

FROM REFUGE TO RESISTANCE
Botshabelo, Mafolofolo and Johannes Dinkwanyane: Missionaries and Converts under the Authority of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek, 1860-1876.
Peter Delius

CAPE LIBERALISM IN ITS TERMINAL PHASE
Phyllis Lewson

THE POLITICS OF SUBSISTENCE
Community Struggles in War-time Johannesburg
Alf Stalder

PROVIDING 'ADEQUATE SHELTER'
The South African State and the Resolution of the African Urban Housing Crisis, 1948-1954.
Peter Wilkinson

THE CREATION OF A MASS MOVEMENT
Strikes and Defiance, 1950-1952.
Tom Lodge

POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST IN SOUTH AFRICA
Steve Friedman

THE ROLE OF THE LABOUR BUREAUX IN SOUTH AFRICA
A Critique of the Riekert Commission Report.
Doug Hindson

TOWARDS RUPTURE OR STASIS? AN ANALYSIS OF THE 1981 SOUTH AFRICAN GENERAL ELECTION
Craig Charney

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