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Raphael de Kadt

’ of the time, engaged in constructive and mutually respectful exchanges with Steve Biko and Black Consciousness thinkers. and played a pivotal role in generating the dynamism that got the ‘new trade union’ movement underway in the context of the Durban

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Lawrence Ogbo Ugwuanyi

’, ‘a single currency’ and ‘free trade’ (ibid.). Thus, the substance of Nyerere’s theory is a demand for a form of pan-Africanism that would lead to ‘a continent-wide state, single and indivisible’ (ibid.: 330). He believes in ‘unity of action together

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Wiping away the Tears of the Ocean


Mogobe Ramose

and psychological force in pursuit of: (i) political injustice in the form of loss of sovereign title to territory and disenfranchisement in foreign countries; (ii) economic injustice based on racism justifying the slave trade and enslavement, a

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Imagining Utopia in an Unfree World

Rick Turner on Morality, Inequality and Existentialism

Mary Ryan

incremental reform as a step in the process of transformation. In an interview with Edward Webster (2014: 148) , Turner said an institute was needed for worker education to educate workers into what a trade union is. Turner also wanted to create a journal to

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Pan-African Linguistic and Cultural Unity

A Basis For pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance

Simphiwe Sesanti

’ ( Diop 1987a: 7 ). Africans in West Africa had common languages, despite the existence of local dialects that were used as languages of trade and government (ibid). But with the arrival of European colonialism, African official languages were replaced

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Ajume H. Wingo

the Fifth Pan-African Congress in Manchester, England in October 1945. Organised by the Trinidadian pan-Africanist George Padmore and Ghanaian independence leader Kwame Nkrumah, it was planned to follow the World Federation of Trade Unions’ meeting in

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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

disintegrated over the question of free trade, and was succeeded by a series of unstable coalition governments which persisted throughout the period we are looking at. Earl Grey, the Colonial Secretary in Lord John Russell’s Whig government, was influenced by

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Thom Brooks

must make sure their reasons for voting as they do are morally and epistemically justified’ ( Brennan 2011: 4 ). Call these duties the Duties to Vote Well. Brennan claims that ‘vote buying, selling and trading are morally permissible’ where it does not

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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

in pressing their demands for the return of Peron. Second is the Peronist Youth whose radicalism was based on (1) disdain towards the trade union bureaucracy and bureaucratic party structures; (2) emphasis on generational struggle; and (3) an

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The Ambiguity of Subversion

Resistance through Radio Broadcasting

Gisli Vogler

necessary pre-conditions for quotidian forms of dissidence. The trade-off in public visibility increases the vulnerability of everyday opposition to having no or little impact and passing by unnoticed. The resistant actor is likely to have limited influence