Table of contents for South Africa : a modern history / T.R.H. Davenport and Christopher Saunders ; foreword by Desmond Tutu.

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Part I: The Prelude to White Domination
Section I: The Setting of the Human Problem
From the Dawn of History to the Time of Troubles
The Birth Place of a Plural Society
The Enlightenment and the Great Trek
Section II: Chiefdoms, Republics and Colonies in the Nineteenth Century
African Chiefdoms
Boer Republics
British Colonies
Section III: The Struggle for Possession
White and Black: The Struggle for the Land
Empire and Republics: The Breaking of Boer Independence, 1850-1902
The Shaping of a White Dominion
Part II: The Consolidation of a White State
Section I: The Road to Afrikaner Dominance
Union under Stress: Botha and Smuts, 1910-24
Afrikaner's Road to Parity: Hertzog, 1924-33
White Unity, Black Division, 1933-9
Smuts and the Liberal-Nationalist Confrontation, 1939-48
Section II: The Age of the Social Engineers
Trek into the Wilderness, 1948-60
Internal Combustion, 1956-64
Modification and Backfire, 1964-78
At the Crossroads, 1978-90
Salesmanship: Ethnasia contra mundum, 1945-90
Section III: A Search for a Promised Land
Towards the Sharing of South Africa
Body, Mind and Spirit: A Quest for Human Values
Appendix Tables
Heads of State, 1652-1999
Party Representation in the Assembly, 1910-1999

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: South Africa History