The Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Populist Instinct in American Politics
Steven Metz contends that the anti-apartheid movement in the United States has often been ineffective in attempts to influence American policy toward South Africa because of a tendency to rely on populist strategies of influence. He attributes this to the influence that the civil rights and anti-Vietnam war movements had on the leaders of the anti-apartheid movement.
Apartheid: The United Nations and Peaceful Change in South Africa, Özdemir A. Özgür Reviewed by Steven Metz
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