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In no uncertain terms : [electronic resource] a South African memoir / Helen Suzman.

By: Suzman, Helen.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Knopf, 1993Edition: 1st American ed.Description: x, 300 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0679409858 :; 9780679409854.Subject(s): Suzman, Helen | Legislators -- South Africa -- Biography | South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1948-1994 | Apartheid -- South Africa | Apartheid | Suzman, Helen | Geschichte 1953-1989 | Autobiographie | Apartheid | Politik | Quelle | Südafrika (Staat)Additional physical formats: Online version:: In no uncertain terms.DDC classification: 968.06 Other classification: 15.80 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
1. The Background and Beyond -- 2. An Introduction to Politics and Parliament -- 3. Opposition Politics, Limited Party Style -- 4. The Birth of the Progressive Party - and Keeping It Alive -- 5. Confronting Verwoerd, Vorster and Botha -- 6. The Years Alone, 1961-74. I. Fighting for the Rule of Law. II. Fighting Against Apartheid Laws -- 7. In and Out of the House, 1961-74 -- 8. Prisons and Prisoners -- 9. Robben Island - University for Leaders -- 10. Back in Business: Opposition Politics, Prog Style, 1975-77 -- 11. Opposition to Apartheid In and Out of Parliament, 1977-87 -- 12. Three Martyrs. I. Robert Sobukwe. II. Steve Biko. III. Neil Aggett -- 13. The Tricameral Parliament - A Flawed Constitution and Its Wake -- 14. Sanctions - Pressure from Without -- 15. The End of My Parliamentary Career.
Summary: A former member of the South African Parliament describes her friendship with Nelson Mandela, and how she withstood the badgering of racist ruling Nationalists to challenge apartheid.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [285]-288) and index.

A former member of the South African Parliament describes her friendship with Nelson Mandela, and how she withstood the badgering of racist ruling Nationalists to challenge apartheid.

1. The Background and Beyond -- 2. An Introduction to Politics and Parliament -- 3. Opposition Politics, Limited Party Style -- 4. The Birth of the Progressive Party - and Keeping It Alive -- 5. Confronting Verwoerd, Vorster and Botha -- 6. The Years Alone, 1961-74. I. Fighting for the Rule of Law. II. Fighting Against Apartheid Laws -- 7. In and Out of the House, 1961-74 -- 8. Prisons and Prisoners -- 9. Robben Island - University for Leaders -- 10. Back in Business: Opposition Politics, Prog Style, 1975-77 -- 11. Opposition to Apartheid In and Out of Parliament, 1977-87 -- 12. Three Martyrs. I. Robert Sobukwe. II. Steve Biko. III. Neil Aggett -- 13. The Tricameral Parliament - A Flawed Constitution and Its Wake -- 14. Sanctions - Pressure from Without -- 15. The End of My Parliamentary Career.

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