The economic and political context of the growth of the progressive federal party in South Africa, 1959-1978

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Hackland, Brian (1981)
  • Publisher: Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  • Subject: ECO | POL
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    (2) B. Bozzoli,ftThe roots of hegemoqy-: ideologies, interests, and the 1egitima;tion of South African ca,pitalism,. 1890-1940",DPhil thesis, University of Sussex, 1975, PP* 404, 409-4110

    (3) A. Paton, Hofmeyr (oxford University Press, Cape Town, 1971), p. 155; see also R. Davies, D. Kaplan & D. OlMeara, ftClassstruggle and the periodisation of the state in South Africa", 7, September-December 1976, pp. 17-18.

    Letter, C.W.E. to H.F.O., 2.11.63 (C. W. Eglin to H. F. oppenheimer).

    (15) C. W. Eglin, Interview, 19 October 1978, p. 8 of transcript.

    (16) Progressive Party, Outline history of the Progressive Party i1972 (undated internal document).

    (17) Strangwayes-Booth, op. cit., p. 305, fn. 76. The HNP polled 3.6 per cent of the vote.

    (40) SAIRR, A survey of race relations in South Africa, 1971 (Johannesburg, 1972), p. 228; SAIRR, Survey, 1973, p. 238; SAIRR, Survey, 1974, pp. 281 & 285; SAIRR, Survey, 1971, p. 258; SAIRR, Survey, 1978, pp. 211-2.

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