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A 'Ghetto' in South Africa

A 'Ghetto' in South Africa

Condition: Good


Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa: Perskor, for the Publications Division of the South African Department of Information 16 pp. nd: 1976 or '77. General creasing and rubbing, else very good. Edited by John Steyn and designed by Attie Driessen. A propaganda response to the riots for distribution in the United States. Many photos, the Black-controlled bank, the local writer/philospher/witch doctor, cheese and wine parties have become the 'in thing', suits are in . . . beads skins and gaily-patterned robes are a thing of the past, 'unlike Harlem . . . there are no high-rise apartment blocks in Soweto' and many more bon mots. 'In the United States of America this material is filed with the Department of Justice where the required registration statement, in terms of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of the Republic of South Africa Government Information Service . . . is available for inspection. This does not indicate approval of this material by the United States Government.'--from the collophon.. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


  • Bookseller: Veery Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 000731
  • Title: A 'Ghetto' in South Africa
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Publisher: Perskor, for the Publications Division of the South African Department of Information
  • Place: Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa
  • Keywords: Africa
  • Bookseller catalogs: Africa;




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