Ethics & International Affairs Volume 2 (1988): Articles: The Real Struggle in South Africa: An Insider's View [Abstract]

Dec 2, 1988

The outsider, international approach to ending apartheid in South Africa tends to take an overly moral stance, one that ultimately ignores a complex political, economic and racial situation. Thus effective outside action and intervention fails to help remedy or improve what it finds offensive. Denis Worrall draws on 20th century South African history and his own experience as a South African to show some of the less obvious but extremely important facets of apartheid that bear directly on its dissemination.

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