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acquired economic power African and Coloured African middle class authoritarian avoid Black mass Bantustans Black domination Black power Black workers claimants to power common area concession which averted Convention fully representative disequilibrium Durban economic change emergent class enable the Government English ruling class ensure exclusive extra-Parliamentary methods extra-Parliamentary sphere fact federal system flexible constitution French revolution fundamental give legal force Habeas Corpus Act Hertzog legislation Hoernle importance industrial revolution large-scale economic expansion legislation of 1936 legislature lundamental rights mechanism of change multi-racial society National Convention Parliament has ceased Parliamentary government Parliamentary system perpetuate White political change political power political revolution political rights pre-revolutionary situation present Government Prime Minister primitive peasantry Progressive Party provinces quiescence race or colour racial caste society rights and liberties separate development sharing of political struggle transformed the Africans turn potential United Party Vorster White domination White electorate White group White oligarchy White ruling caste