Centre for Southern African Studies: `The South African Economy and the Future of Apartheid', York, March 1973, includes: Norman Bromberger on `Economic Growth and Political Change in South Africa'; Harold Wolpe on `Pluralism, Forced Labour and Internal Colonialism in South Africa; Ralph Horwitz on `Capitalism and Consensus'; Centre for Southern African Studies and Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield: `Politics and the churches in Southern Africa'. Mirfield, December 1973. Includes: Hugh Lewin on `The Churches' attitude to Violence'; Antonio de Figueiredo on `Portugal and the church in Southern Africa'; Martin Jarret-Kerr, C.R., on `Politics and the churches in Southern Africa'; R.E. Kendall on `Politics and the churches in Southern Africa; Gabriel Setiloane on `The Independent Church movement in South Africa, Desmond Tutu on `Black Theology'.
Centre for Southern African Studies, Conference Papers.
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Centre for Southern African Studies.
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