Prospects for Revolution in South Africa
Jeffrey Herbst examines the prospects for the overthrow of the white regime in South Africa. He finds that analogies to other recent popular revolutions that overthrew dictators are misleading and that the black majority will not be able to gain power for the foreseeable future.
Democratic Experiments in Africa: Regime Transitions in Comparative Perspective, Michael Bratton and Nicolas van de Walle Reviewed by Jeffrey Herbst
Prospects for Elite-Driven Democracy in South Africa, Jeffrey Herbst
Launching Democracy in South Africa: The First Open Election, April 1994, R. W. Johnson and Lawrence Schlemmer, eds. Reviewed by Jeffrey Herbst
Opposition in South Africa: The Leadership of Z. K. Matthews, Nelson Mandela and Stephen Biko, Tim J. Juckes Reviewed by Jeffrey Herbst
United States Foreign Policy towards Africa: Incrementalism, Crisis and Change, Peter J. Schraeder Reviewed by Jeffrey Herbstmore by this author
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