Hope and Despair

English-speaking Intellectuals and South African Politics, 1896-1976

Examines the role and increasing impotence of English-speaking intellectuals and liberals in South African politics from the 19th century until the Soweto crisis. Les mer
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Examines the role and increasing impotence of English-speaking intellectuals and liberals in South African politics from the 19th century until the Soweto crisis.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Science and white supremacy; R.F.A. Hoernle and liberal idealism; Edgar Brookes and "the lie of soul" of segregation; liberals, radicals and black consciousness; liberal realism in South African fiction; Laurens van der Post - the noble savage and the romantic image of Africa; the decline of the idea of civilization.

Om forfatteren

Paul B. Rich is Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Melbourne. This book is a sequel to his very successful White Power and the Liberal Conscience, originally published by Manchester University Press.