Anti-apartheid was one of the most significant international causes of the late twentieth century. The book provides the first detailed history of the emergence of anti-apartheid activism in Britain and the USA, tracing the network of individuals and groups who shaped the moral and political character of the movement.
ROB SKINNER teaches in the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Bristol, UK. He has written on the history of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and Christian liberalism in South Africa.
Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Humanitarian Networks and Segregation South African Liberalism and 'Friends of Africa' Human Rights and Anti-Colonialism The Nationalist Challenge Sites of Struggle - the Emerging Anti-Apartheid Network Sharpeville, Sanctions and the making of a Transnational Movement Epilogue and Conclusion Notes Bibliography