Protecting Human Rights in a New South Africa
Oxford University Press, 1990 - Civil rights - 208 pages
This books covers the important human rights issue in South Africa with a view toward a future democratic South Africa. Topics covered include: free speech, judges and gender, the family, children's rights, the South African legal system, land issues, and the future constitutional position of
white South Africans.
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Evolving a Bill of Rights culture
To believe or not to believe
Free speech limited or qualified
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