White Man's Justice: South African Political Trials in the Black Consciousness Era

By Michael Lobban | Go to book overview

Abbreviations
AAM Anti-Apartheid Movement
ANC African National Congress
ARM Armed Resistance Movement
AZACTU Azanian Council of Trade Unions
AZAPO Azanian People's Organization
AZASO Azanian Students' Organization
BASA Black Academic Staff Association
BAWU Black Allied Workers' Union
BCPBlack Community Programmes
BOSSBureau of State Security
BPC Black People's Convention
COSAS Congress of South African Students
COSATU Congress of South African Trade Unions
CPSA Communist Party of South Africa
CUSA Council of Unions of South Africa
DGSDirecçao Geral de Segurança
FICOFrente Independent Continuidad Occidental
GSC General Students' Council
HNP Herstigte Nasionale Party
ICFTU International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
IDAF International Defence and Aid Fund
IDAMASA Interdenominational African Ministers' Association of
South Africa
IIE Institute for Industrial Education
IUEF International University Exchange Fund
MAWU Metal and Allied Workers' Union
NAYO National Association of Youth Organizations
NACTU National Council of Trade Unions
NIC Natal Indian Congress
NP National Party
NRP New Republic Party
NUM National Union of Mineworkers
NUS National Union of Students (UK)
NUSAS National Union of South African Students
PAC Pan Africanist Congress
PETPeople's Experimental Theatre
PFP Progressive Federal Party
RAU Rand Afrikaans University

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