The Sharpeville Massacre in the growth of international anti-apartheid resistance.
Evaluate the significance of the Sharpeville Massacre in the growth of the international anti-apartheid movement to 1994.
Apartheid, justified as a policy of separate development for the different races, was a social engineering system that codified in law and defended with force, the segregation of the races and the domination of the whites. The various international anti-apartheid movements exponentially applied adequate repercussions to South Africa, however due to social, political, cultural or economic ties, moral upstanding was subsequently avoided for as long as p…
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