In No Uncertain Terms: A South African Memoir

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Knopf, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages
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An intimate view of a period of injustice and violence, courage, progress, and change, this is a poignant and passionate look at a woman of rare character and purpose. A member of the South African Parliament from 1953-1989, Suzman used that forum to bear witness to and challenge the policy of apartheid. Photos.

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In no uncertain terms: a South African memoir

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In 1989 Suzman resigned from the South African parliament after serving for 36 years as a member of the opposition; she now heads the South African Institute of Race Relations. This memoir describes ... Read full review

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A determined, highly-intelligent, feisty and outspoken Jewish female: the biggest thorn on the side of the Apartheid government. A very good read for anyone interested in the recent history of South Africa Read full review

Contents

one The Background and Beyond
5
two An Introduction to Politics and Parliament
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three Opposition Politics United Party Style
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