The Economics of Apartheid

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Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1990 - Business & Economics - 195 pages
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As interest in South Africa began to rise sharply in the United States in the mid-1980s it became clear that few Americans economists know much about the economies of South Africa and the region. The Economics of Apartheid offers a clear and concise explanation of the regions economies and how it contributes and directs public policy. Though this is not a prescriptive book, it does provide an understanding of the problem of South Africa and the possible consequences of various alternative policies both in South Africa and in the international community. It will also provide policymakers and to all those concerned with the struggle for human rights in South Africa.

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Stephen Lewis has written childrens films for television and produced instructional films for a number of educational publishers. For twenty years, he headed various divisions in instructional technology and traditional print for the educational publishing arm of IBM. In the 1980s, he moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he began writing for newspapers and magazines. For a non-profit organization there, he founded and directed the memoir-writing workshop Writing Your Self.

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