8,600 Miles from Cape Town : the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Madison, Wisconsin, 1969-1994
Pfeifer, Samuel J.
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Though the United States played a critical role toward South Africa?s prolonging of Apartheid due to their role as an important ally in Cold War politics, within the United States existed a substantial Anti-Apartheid Movement. This article examines the American Anti-Apartheid Movement specifically through analyzing the activism that took place in Madison, Wisconsin.
Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa (Wis.)
Madison Anti-Apartheid Coalition (Wis.)
College students--Wisconsin--Madison--Political activity
University of Wisconsin--Madison--Political activity
Madison (Wis.)--Politics and government
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