South Africa's War Against Capitalism

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Williams begins with a brief overview of South African history, the racial and ethnic diversity of its peoples, and the development of thinking about apartheid. He then highlights some of South Africa's legal institutions, particularly its racially discriminatory laws, and traces the historical forces behind racially discriminatory labor law. Subsequent chapters apply standard economic analysis to apartheid in business and the labor market and consider market challenges to apartheid and governmental responses. Finally, ...

South Africa's War Against Capitalism 1989, Praeger Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780275931797

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