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Elite Transition: From Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa

@inproceedings{Bond2000EliteTF,
  title={Elite Transition: From Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa},
  author={Patrick Bond},
  year={2000}
}
Elite transition is the first study to offer an analysis of the compromises that have been made, and continue to be made, between the past and present powers in post-apartheid South Africa. Basing his analysis on extensive documentation and original anecdotal information, as well as theoretical insights, the author focuses on how such compromises have come about and assesses the extent to which they can actually lead to meaningful liberation for the mass of South Africans. Bond dissects a range… 

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