No Place to rest: Forced removals and the Law in South Africa – ed Christina Murray & Catherine O’Regan


The South African government’s policy and practice of forcing communities to move from one area to another–in some cases, hundreds of kilometers apart–has resulted in untold misery for thousands of people over the years. This collection of essays by a distinguished group of contributors examines the government’s past and present policies and practice of forced removal. Contributors include Colin Bundy, Aninka Claasens, Geoff Budlender, Michael Robertson, Alan Dodson, Catherine O’Regan, and Dave Unterhalter.

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  •  Paperback | 256 pages
  •  130 x 210mm | 311g
  •  20 Dec 1990
  •  Oxford University Press Southern Africa
  •  Goodwood, South Africa
  •  English
  •  photographs, maps
  •  9780195705805


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