The Post-Colonial Era in the Non-Western World
I. South Africa: Decolonization x 2
A. The Imposition of Apartheid: 1948 HNP (or just NP) came to power, moved quickly to put in place its policy of apartheid, the mechanics of which we will look at in detail. Here are the major laws that were put in place.
1. laws vs. mixed marriages, establishing Jim Crow (1949, 1950, 1953)
2. laws concerning racial classification (1950)
3. laws concerning citizenship and homelands (1950, 1951, 1955, 1959, 1970)
4. Pass Laws (1952)
B. Managing Population in South Africa1. PNP/HNP Justifications of New Population Management Practices
2. Four-fold response of the PNP government:C. Resistance and the End of Apartheida. Rigidly Segregate Towns
b. Rigid Racialized Classification Scheme for Society
c. The Dynamics of Population Management during the Apartheid Era
d. Separate Development
III. Decolonization Over?
B. Self-Rule for South Asians or Indian Nationalism?
C. Secular Democracy vs. Islamic State?
Pass Laws (1952)
Sharpeville Massacre (1960)
Population Registration Act (1950)
Soweto Uprising (1976)
Steve Biko (1946-1977)
Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948)
Indian National Congress (1885)
All-India Muslim League (1906)
Ho Chi Minh (1890-1969)
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