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    • Memorandum to W.C.C. colleagues re: policy on South Africa.

    • C.C.I.A.; W.C.C.; Repressive legislation; African leaders in South Africa; International support; Policy of sanctions; Violence; Political power for the African; United Nations; USA government; UK government; Racial conflict; Ecumenical Movement
    • Confidential memorandum to W.C.C. colleagues re: policy on South Africa by Alan R. Booth, July 1964. Mr. Booth discusses the political environment in South Africa with reference to the African leaders who are beginning to see violence as the only...
    • Treason Trials Defence Fund : press summary no. 11.

    • Special Court quash of indictment; Treason conspiracy; Conspiracy to overthrow State by violence; Political climate; Freedom Charter; Propaganda
    • The eleventh issue of a regular bulletin giving a factual resume of the proceedings of the Treason Trial. The Special Court quashes two indictments which the court found defective. Period covered 20 April 1959.
    • Treason Trials Defence Fund : press summary no. 10.

    • Court refusal to quash indictment; Conspiracy to overthrow State by violence; Appeal Court application; Misjoinder; Re-imposement of bail; Freedom Charter
    • The tenth issue of a regular bulletin giving a factual resume of the proceedings of the Treason Trial. Period covered 2 March 1959. The court refuses to quash the indictment against the 30 accused.
    • Treason Trials Defence Fund : press summary no. 13.

    • Freedom Charter; A.N.C. Youth League; Bantu Education Act; Western Areas Removal Act; Alleged policy of violence; S.A. Indian Congress; Communism; Defiance campaign; Waterloo of Apartheid; Policy of non-violence; Police raids
    • The thirteenth issue of a regular bulletin giving a factual resume of the proceedings of the Treason Trial. Period covered 4 - 15 August 1959.
    • Letter from R. Cox to Prof. Z. K. Matthews.

    • National Study Conference at Princeton University;International conflict and violence;Dai Kitagawa
    • R. Cox writes to Prof. Matthews, inviting him to speak at the National Study Conference at Princeton University on international conflict and violence. Dated 6 April 1967.
    • Delicts in native law : assault.

    • Native law; Delicts; Assault; Native Commissioner; Award of damages; Violence; Self-defence; Assessment of damages
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about delicts in native law with reference to assault. The issue of assault is examined in terms of the following: a review of damages awarded by the Native Commissioner, the plea of self-defence,...
    • South Africa: who provoked the riots?

    • Apartheid; Malan government; State of emergency laws; Nationalists; Defiance campaign; Special political branch of the Criminal Investigation Department; Police killings; Riots; C. R. Swart; Police violence; African National Congress; East London;...
    • Commentary on the riots following a campaign of passive resistance to apartheid laws in 1952 and the so-called 'emergency' and 'whipping-post' laws introduced there-after by Justice Minister C. R. Swart.

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