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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Mandela's Kinsmen : Nationalist Elites and Apartheid's First Bantustan.
New York : Boydell & Brewer Group Ltd, ©2014
|Named Person:||Nelson Mandela; Nelson Mandela|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource (477 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Title; Contents; List of Maps and Figures; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction: Mandela's Kinsmen; 1. Education, Monarchy & Nationalism; The Morning Star; Educated elites; African chieftaincies; 'I am an African': African nationalism compared; 'The years of manhood'; 2. The First Bantustan, 1954-1963; King Sabata and the Great Place Gang; 'Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown'; Rural politics --
schoolhouse, courtroom, newssheet; Petrol bombs and ballot boxes; 3. The Second Peasants' Revolt, Mpondoland 1960-1980; Govan Mbeki's book; Chieftaincy's changing meanings. From 'Rural Betterment' to 'Community Development'The cattle tax crisis; Mpondoland's smothered revolt; A family squabble?; 4. The Old Mission Schools, 1963-1980; The Children of Soweto and Transkei's elite; Lazy teachers, school scandals, community collapse; 'The clenched fist of Black Consciousness'; 'Our sin is we are Black'; Elite schooling survives; The ANC in the old mission schools; 5. The Comrade-King, Bantustan Politics 1964-1980; The dispute on Robben Island; Quo Vadis?; Rural politics --
chiefs, community development, comrades; The curse of corruption. The making of the 'Comrade-King'6. Chris Hani's Guerrillas, 1974-1987; Hani's Transkei hinterland; The 'country bumpkins'; University dissent --
communitarians and class analysis; The intimacy of insurgency; A Bantustan coup; 7. The Apartheid Endgame, 1987-1996; 'A military intelligence project that went wrong'?; Bantu Holomisa's rise and southern Africa's civil wars; Reburying Sabata, returning to the ANC family; Counterintelligence, corruption and the chieftaincy: a web exposed; The Vlakplaas counter-coup; The militant moment; Bantu Holomisa's fall and the new South Africa. 8. The New South Africa & Transkei's Collapse, 1990 onwardsMandela's moral homilies; The heirs to Fort Hare University; Civic organisations against the chieftaincy?; 'Ancient teacher prestige down the drain'; After 1994: Traditions reasserted; Conclusion: African Nationalism & its Fragments; Commemorating Mandela's kinsmen; Fractured legacies --
The Peasants' Revolt; Fractured legacies --
'For the nation to live'; A nationalism of fragments; Bibliography; Index; Copyright; Titles of Related Interest.