Rivonia's Children: Three Families and the Cost of Conscience in White South Africa

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Jacana Media, 2011 - Anti-apartheid movements - 388 pages
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Rivonia's children is the harrowing and inspiring account of a number of white Jewish activists who risked their lives to battle apartheid when South Africa plunged into an era of darkness in the 1960s from which it has only recently emerged.
 

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This is a well-researched and nicely written account of the small circle of left-wing radicals who immersed themselves in the South African anti-apartheid movement in the 1950s and 1960s. Frankel, a ... Read full review

Contents

The Road to Rivonia
26
Sabotage
70
The Escape
103
Notes from Underground
138
On Trial
177
Witness for the Defense
227
The Verdict
256
Sunset
270
Note on Sources
339
Acknowledgments
373
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