This publication offers a regional perspective on the ANC's over
100-year history. Many accounts of the ANC have focused
predominantly on national or urban issues and developments often to
the detriment of the periphery. The book focuses on South Africa's
North-West Province, a mainly rural and less well understood, but
nonetheless extremely vital, area of the ANC's activities and
strategies in its wider national liberation history. Written by
authors well versed in the province's political background, this
account sheds light on people and events that have not figured so
centrally in previous histories of the ANC. In so doing, it both
increments our knowledge and appreciation of the organisation's
quest for a politically free South Africa, and provides a legacy to
which others may aspire.
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