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Rianna Oelofsen

implications in terms of reparations linked to restorative justice, as highlighted by Tutu, and discussed earlier in the article. In South Africa, reaching out to others over class and race lines in order to aim for a flourishing society requires justice to

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‘The Expenditure of a Million of British Sovereigns in this Otherwise Miserable Place’

Frontier Wars, Public Debt and the Cape’s Non-racial Constitution

Jeff Peires

expenditure of a million of British sovereigns in this otherwise miserable place. As to the losses by the war, they bear no comparison to the gains. I am heartily disgusted and sick of these mean, dishonest people; the Kafir is much the finer race of the two

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Peter Hudson

straight to Bellair where Rick and Foszia had arranged a very informal reception for him. We were keen to meet him – it was said he had a new take on what, in those days, we called ‘the Gordian knot’ of class and race. Shortly after Eddie had arrived and

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Class versus Nation

A History of Richard Turner’s Eclipse and Resurgence

Ian Macqueen

. The Making of the South African Past: Major Historians on Race and Class . Cape Town : David Philip . Sitas , A. 2014 . Interview with the author , Cape Town , 6 February . Suri , J. 2005 . Power and Protest: Global Revolution and the

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SimonMary Aihiokhai, Lorina Buhr, David Moore, and William Jethro Mpofu

the property of the human family of the world and not a monopoly of one race and a preserve of one geographic location. The book is rendered in lucid prose that is transparent and simple without being simplistic. William Jethro Mpofu University of

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Coulthard, Glen Sean. Red Skin, White Masks

Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition

Elaine Coburn

Resistance and Resurgence . Halifax : Fernwood Press, e-book . Alfred , T. 2009 . ‘ Colonialism and State Dependency ’, Journal of Aboriginal Health , November : 42 – 60 . Andersen , C. 2014 . Métis: Race, Recognition, and the Struggle for

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Takamichi Sakurai

two pathologies (1964: 83; cf. 1973: 300–301). It follows that malignant narcissism transfers its own need to ‘nation’, ‘race’, ‘religion’ and so forth, thereby begetting political fanaticism ( Fromm 1964: 73 ). Fromm argues: If … [a

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Ian Moll

spatial inequalities in and between cities … disparities have grown, suburbs have been re-sorted into a wide array on the basis of class and race’ ( Nijman and Wei 2020: 2 ). Widespread disillusionment with this growing inequality threatens the basic

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Professor Anna Stilz and Interviewed by Dr Christine Hobden

of the biggest ways problems begin, in the framing of the puzzle. Critical race studies and post-colonial theory is one place where you see this issue raised a lot, and I agree, it's an issue, it's certainly an issue in standard liberal theories

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Bernard Matolino

). Although Ani appears to be making a case against discrimination of a certain people on the grounds of their race and although he condemns what he considers to be essentialising Africans, his choice of insistence on the word ‘immanence’ is questionable. He