Fighting Years: Black Resistance and the Struggle for a New South Africa

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Fast-Forward: Banquets and Bullets 6
  • Part 1 - Running Red Lights 11
  • Chapter One - The Day That Never Ended 13
  • Chapter Two - Take Up the Black Man's Burden 27
  • Chapter Three - The Politics of Refusal 46
  • Chapter Four - The Forgotten Well 62
  • Part 2 - The Fourth Front 77
  • Chapter Five - Violence 79
  • Chapter Six - Dual Power 104
  • Chapter Seven - Black Mamba Rising: Black Trade Unions 134
  • Chapter Eight - A Culture of Revolt 159
  • Chapter Nine - Black, Green, and Gold: the African National Congress 189
  • Chapter Ten - The Best and the Brightest 227
  • Chapter Eleven - A Lot of Talk 238
  • Part 3 - The Government Strikes Back 257
  • Chapter Twelve - Crackdown and Breakdown 259
  • Chapter Thirteen - Wham! 273
  • Chapter Fourteen - The Black Face of Apartheid 286
  • Chapter Fifteen - A Half-Extinguished Fire 311
  • Epilogue: Mandela Unbound 330
  • Fact Sheet on South Africa 335
  • Notes 337
  • Bibliography 349
  • Index 353
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