SOUTH AFRICA’S WAR AGAINST CAPITALISM

R520.00

Unread, 181pp plus 5 pp ads. This book is extremely rare, and a very important criticism of the apartheid system. Having lived in S Africa during this period, I would believe that the rarity is due to it being banned by the S A Govt of the time. It is “indeed a tragic irony that the escape from the tyranny of Apartheid, (S A is now) plunged into the discredited tyranny of socialism”. True prescience!!

Protestations from Pretoria notwithstanding the South African regime has been one of national socialism. Walter Williams’ book shows how racial discrimination and capitalism are contrary to each. His book also raises the question of why the writing of South Africa’s ow economic liberals are consistently (possibly deliberately) overlooked by outside circles.  – W Ducncan Reekie, Wits.

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Description

Authored by Walter E. Williams and published by Juta of Cape Town in 1990. Soft cover bound this First Edition copy is in Fine condition, covered in plastic and without a dust jacket. The size of the book is  214x145x15mm.