Challenging the State: Churches as Political Actors in South Africa, 1980-1994

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This study explores the roles played by two religious groups in the anti-apartheid movement - the South African Council of Churches and the South African Catholic Bishops' Conference. It shows how they adopted new self-identities which resulted in an expansion of their activities.

Challenging the State: Churches as Political Actors in South Africa, 1980-1994 1998, University of Notre Dame Press

ISBN-13: 9780268008291

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