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Records, 1984-1988.

Author: William Warren Scranton; Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Summary:
Some records of the Study Group on Southern Africa, directed by William Scranton and funded by the Ford Foundation. Collection includes some correspondence, reports, and a large number of pamphlets on southern Africa generated by the Study Group. Additional materials include a United Nations report on Africa; a UNICEF report on children in southern Africa, Children on the frontline; numerous articles on southern
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Genre/Form: Clippings
Correspondence
Pamphlets
Reports
Speeches
Typescripts
Named Person: P W Botha; Joaquim Alberto Chissano; Franklin A Thomas; Desmond Tutu; Meg Voorhes; Meg Voorhes; Desmond Tutu; Franklin A Thomas; Joaquim Alberto Chissano; P W Botha
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Warren Scranton; Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa.
OCLC Number: 122541779
Description: 0.8 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Other Titles: United Nations report on Africa.
Children on the frontline - UNICEF report.
South African foundation review.
South Africa review service.

Abstract:

Some records of the Study Group on Southern Africa, directed by William Scranton and funded by the Ford Foundation. Collection includes some correspondence, reports, and a large number of pamphlets on southern Africa generated by the Study Group. Additional materials include a United Nations report on Africa; a UNICEF report on children in southern Africa, Children on the frontline; numerous articles on southern Africa from various newspapers and magazines including The Wall Street journal, The New York times, The New Yorker, South Africa foundation review and The South African report.

The collection also includes other reports and speeches from South African politicians and anti-apartheid leaders such as Desmond Tutu, P.W. Botha, Joaquim A. Chissano and Meg Voorhes. Also reports from anti-apartheid groups such as the African National Congress, the Africa Support Group, Concerned Citizens for South Africa, and the Kwazulu Natal Joint Executive Authority.

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