The purple shall govern: a South African A to Z of nonviolent action
Oxford University Press, Centre for Intergroup Studies, 1991 - Political Science - 165 pages
Early in September 1989, peaceful protest marchers bearing placards proclaiming 'the people shall govern' were sprayed with purple dye. A spirited activist seized the initiative and the nozzle from the police and painted Cape Town purple, while an inspired graffitist put the writing on thewall: The purple shall govern! Both handbook and history, this A-Z chronicles the most effective methods of nonviolent action used by South Africans in one of the largest grassroots eruptions of diverse nonviolent strategies employed in a single struggle in human history.
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