SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Richard E. Bissell. South Africa and the United States: The Erosion of an Influence Relationship. Praeger. 1982. 147pp.
Colin Bundy. The Rise and Fall of the South African Peasantry. University of California Press. 1979. 276pp.
Stephen Ellmann. In a Time of Trouble: Law and Liberty in South Africa's State of Emergency. Oxford University Press. 1992. 283pp.
Didier Fassin. Translated by Amy Jacobs; Gabrielle Varro. When Bodies Remember: Experiences and Politics of AIDS in South Africa. University of California Press. 2007. 365pp.
Charles H. Feinstein. An Economic History of South Africa: Conquest, Discrimination, and Development. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 328pp.
M. S. Geen. The Making of the Union of South Africa: A Brief History, 1487-1939. Longmans, Green. 1947. 227pp.
Hilton Hamann. Days of the Generals: The Untold Story of South Africa's Apartheid-Era Military Generals. Zebra. 2001. 320pp.
Tom Lodge. Politics in South Africa: From Mandela to Mbeki. Indiana University Press. 2003. 314pp.
Martin Meredith. Diamonds, Gold, and War: The British, the Boers, and the Making of South Africa. PublicAffairs. 2007. 570pp.
Paul B. Rich. Hope and Despair: English-Speaking Intellectuals and South African Politics, 1896-1976. British Academic Press. 1993. 269pp.
Robert Ross. Cape of Torments: Slavery and Resistance in South Africa. Routledge. 1983. 174pp.
James Sanders. South Africa and the International Media, 1972-1979: A Struggle for Representation. Routledge. 2000. 270pp.
Allister Sparks. Beyond the Miracle: Inside the New South Africa. University of Chicago Press. 2003. 370pp.
Peter C. J. Vale. Security and Politics in South Africa: The Regional Dimension. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 2003. 251pp.
Patti Waldmeir. Anatomy of a Miracle: The End of Apartheid and the Birth of the New South Africa. W. W. Norton. 1997. 303pp.
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