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    • Treason Trials Defence Fund : press summary no. 22.

    • Fascism; Professor Murray; Communism; Youth leagues; United democratic front; Class struggle; Communist doctrine; Lack of representation; The White Man's Law; Chief Luthuli; Imperialism; Freedom Charter; Nationalisation and human rights; Passive...
    • The twenty-second issue of a regular bulletin giving a factual resume of the proceedings of the Treason Trial. Period covered 9 - 12 November 1959.
    • Letter to W. M. Sisulu.

    • Trial; Apartheid policy of the Union Government; United Nations; Discrimination; Liberian delegate; African National Congress; Joint Action Council; U.N. Ad Hoc Committee; Trygvie Lie; Riots; Loss of lives; National Resistance Fund
    • Letter to W. M. Sisulu, 16 November 1952.
    • Information service : South Africa : is racial separation possible?

    • South Africa; Racial separation; National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States of America; Non-European population; European population; Restrictions on non-whites; Apartheid; Political life; Education; Passive Resistance Campaign;...
    • Article published in the weekly Information Service of the Central Department of Research and Survey - National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. Second part of a series of articles on Africa, outlining some of the major problems in...
    • 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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