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White voters and political change in South Africa 1981-1983

A. Lemon

White voters and political change in South Africa 1981-1983

by A. Lemon

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Published by University of Oxford School of Geography in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes references.

StatementA. Lemon.
SeriesResearch papers / University of Oxford School of Geography -- 32
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20213501M

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Scope and Content Note. Correspondence, coursework notes and papers, classified files, audio and videotapes, photographs, literary manuscripts, and printed materials spanning document Herbert J. Spiro's education and teaching career, military service, government service, and involvement in politics and political bulk of the collection consists of academia office files.   SALTLIGHT CAPITAL5 Table of Contents TOPIC Page 1 Economic Overview 2 The Opportunity Set 3 The Opportunity Set in Rest of Africa 4 Political and Legal Considerations 5 Appendix – Where We See Opportunity South Africa (detailed) 36 Affordable Housing 39 Transport 44 Education 46 Lifestyle and Experience Consumption

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