The existence of the Government of South Africa’s apartheid policy which is racism in its most extreme form — is a challenge of the same moral order as slavery in the eighteenth century, or the Nazi persecution of the Jews in the twentieth century.
- Security Council
- Black People
- Special Committee
- Progressive Party
- Security Council Resolution
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Farah, A.A. (1974). South Africa’s Apartheid Policy: an Assessment. In: El-Ayouty, Y., Brooks, H.C. (eds) Africa and International Organization. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-2050-3_6
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