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The Guardian: The History of South Africa's Extraordinary Anti-Apartheid Newspaper

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In this fascinating history of the "Guardian," South Africa's famous anti-apartheid newspaper, James Zug tells the story of a political publication that not only reported events but also helped to shape them. Between 1937 and 1963, the "Guardian" was the sole voice of dissent in the South African media, and Zug shows us how it played an essential rolein the struggle to end apartheid. Hide synopsis

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