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Title:The African National Congress (ANC) in South Africa, 1976-1983: Guerrilla War and Armed Propaganda
Author:Lodge, Tom
Year:1983
Periodical:Journal of Contemporary African Studies
Volume:3
Issue:1-2
Period:October-April
Pages:153-180
Language:English
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:national liberation struggles
African National Congress (South Africa)
nationalism
Politics and Government
Abstract:The past eight years have witnessed the revival inside South Africa of the African National Congress (ANC). This article explains and illuminates the processes and events which have contributed to the organisation's growing influence. The main body of the article discusses developments up to the close of 1982. Subsequent events are discussed in a brief epilogue. Sections: the classification of violence - political developments in exile - the post-1976 urban guerrilla campaign - political activities since 1976 - epilogue. - Notes.
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