A Culture of Censorship: Secrecy and Intellectual Repression in South Africa

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Mercer University Press, 1995 - Political Science - 296 pages
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The first part of the book traces the development of censorship in South Africa during the 20th century, up to the election in April 1994 of the country's first democratic government. The last chapters reflect a concern about the continuing influence of censorship as part of the legacy of apartheid and suggest ways in which the problem might be tackled. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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