Apartheid and South Africa's Student Refugees
by A. C. Jordan - 1965
The author bases the present expose of conditions in his country on personal experience, documents provided (not without some danger) by friends still in South Africa, and first-hand study of student refugees in Tanganyika. In the United States, our own record of racial injustice prevents our being the pot to call the kettle black; but the South African kettle is indeed sooty, and its human grime both defines a problem and issues a warning which all the world, including America, can ignore only to its peril.
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