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Richard Manning • 5 Items / 3 Books, 2 Articles
They Cannot Kill Us All (1987)
An Eyewitness Account of South Africa Today
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    Apartheid Index (8 Reviews)
    States of Emergency, by Andre Brink
    1. States of Emergency by Andre Brink
    2. White Writing by J.M. Coetzee
    3. They Cannot Kill Us All by Richard Manning
    4. Move Your Shadow by Joseph Lelyveld
    5. In the Name of Apartheid by Martin Meredith
    6. Gatsha Buthelezi by Mzala
    7. South Africa Belongs To Us by Francis Meli
    8. Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths by Victoria Brittain
    Marxism Today, June 1988, p. 51
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    1. The Last White Parliament by Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert
    2. They Cannot Kill Us All by Richard Manning
    3. Apartheid's Rebels by Stephen M. Davis
    4. The South African Quagmire by S. Prakash Sethi
    5. Afro-Marxist Regimes by Edmond J. Keller and Donald Rothchild
    6. Decolonising the African Mind by Onsucheka J. Chinweizu
    7. The World Bank and Structural Transformation in Developing Countries by Winsome J. Leslie
    8. International Relations in the New Africa by I. William Zartman
    9. The African State in Transition by Zaki Ergas
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1988, pp. 890-892
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    Black & White Portraits (12 Reviews)
    Tutu, by Shirley du Boulay
    1. Tutu by Shirley du Boulay
    2. Makeba: My Story by Miriam Makeba and James A. Hall
    3. An Olive Schreiner Reader by Carol Barash
    4. A Land Apart by Andre Brink and J.M. Coetzee
    5. Lifetimes: Under Apartheid by Nadine Gordimer and David Goldblatt
    6. White Boy Running by Christopher Hope
    7. They Cannot Kill Us All by Richard Manning
    8. Black and Gold by Anthony Sampson
    9. South Africa Inc by David Pallister, Sarah Stewart, and Ian Lepper
    10. Apartheid by Brian Lapping
    11. Zanzibar to Timbuktu by Anthony Daniels
    12. In my Father's Country by Adewale Maja-Pearce
    Encounter, July/August 1988, pp. 42-45
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    Book Reviews (13 Reviews)
    On Africa
    1. Guinea Bissau by Carlos Lopes
    2. Politics and the Military in Uganda, 1890-1985 by Amii Omara-Otunnu
    3. The Church Struggle in South Africa by John W. de Gruchy
    4. A History of Africa by Hosea Jaffe
    5. An African Voice by Robert W. July
    6. South Africa's Security Dilemmas by Christopher Coker
    7. They Cannot Kill Us All by Richard Manning
    8. Legitimating the Illegitimate by Stanley B. Greenberg
    9. Southern Africa: An American Enigma by Sheikh R. Ali
    10. The Road to Zimbabwe, 1890-1980 by Anthony Verrier
    11. Angola, Mozambique, and the West by Helen Kitchen
    12. Qaddafi and the Libyan Revolution by David Blundy and Andrew Lycett
    13. Qaddafi's World Design by Ronald Bruce St. John
    Current History, May 1988, pp. 221-234