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South Africa and the International Media, 1972-1979: A by James Sanders

By James Sanders

This e-book reviews the Anglo-American media's illustration of South Africa within the Nineteen Seventies - the overseas media is proven to were less than non-stop strain from either the South African Dept of data and the anti-apartheid movement.

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