Democratic Liberlism in South Africa: Its History and Prospect
Democratic liberalism a formal tolerance and respect for the rights and freedoms of all members of a society has been a voice crying out in the wilderness with respect to the unfolding South African political scene. This book is a collection of essays by South Africans who examine all aspects of liberalism in, and its effects on, their native land. Not only are the chapters interesting and informative, but many are written by the leading proponents of liberal change in South Africa today. As such, this volume belongs in all academic and research collections dealing with South Africa. Paul H. Thomas, Hoover Inst. Lib., Stanford, Cal.
978 - 0819561978
Wesleyan University Press
Butler, Jeffrey; Elphick, Richard; and Welsh, David, "Democratic Liberlism in South Africa: Its History and Prospect" (1987). Emeritus History Books. 1.