The Foundations of Anti Apartheid Liberal Humanitarians and

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The Foundations of Anti Apartheid Liberal Humanitarians and By Rob Skinner
Anti-apartheid was one of the most significant international causes of the late twentieth century. The book provides the first detailed history of the emergence of anti-apartheid activism in Britain and the USA, tracing the network of individuals and groups who shaped the moral and political character of the movement. The book argues that the fundamental concept underpinning international solidarity with anti-apartheid movements in South Africa was a moral understanding of political rights that reveals the links between anti-apartheid and older forms of humanitarianism. The book also traces how the key strategies of transnational anti-apartheid movements – campaigns for economic sanctions, organised boycotts, and fundraising in support of movements within South Africa – were established, in principle and often in practice, by the early 1960s.
I loved The Foundations of Anti Apartheid Liberal Humanitarians and, All in all a truly engaging read that I would not hesitate to recommend.
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