Politics of South Africa

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Fick. E.M.C.
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1975-03-06
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|In 1955 he joined the Shell Company of South Africa as an Executive Trainee. In 1957, he returned to the practice of Law and enrolled as Attorney and Notary Public. 1964, became partner in the firm of Fuller, Moore and son. 1972, awarded Leader Grant by the United States State Department to study Civil Rights in the US and awarded grant by the US Department and Southwestern Legal Foundation to take up a Fellowship at the International and Comparative Law Centre of the Southwestern Legal Foundation at Dallas, Texas.
SUMMARY| He reviewed many of the same points those who follow events in Southern Africa already know - but with a distinct and important difference: he was neither a racist nor a revolutionary. For US policy, to encourage necessary changes in RSA, he urges greater investment rather than a boycott because the latter would obligate the US morally to pick up the pieces after the racial Molotov cocktail goes off; but do this, he warns, without being seduced by the system.
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