RACE RELATIONS AND THE COURTS IN THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA
AbstractThis article on race relations in the courts of South Africa has two purposes: first, to define the extent to which the court’s decisions flow logically from South African case law and the English common law generally; and second, to appraise those decisions by examining their effects on the course and development of legislative programs in South Africa, especially the apartheid programme. It reconsiders the so-called constitutional crises of 1951-1952 and examines political, social and economic rights in the Union of South Africa.
Keywords:Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, South Africa
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