Justice in South Africa

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University of California Press, Oct 24, 1973 - History - 288 pages
"A literate, informative, vivid, and most poignant account of what happens to a society when it officially insists on a legal order that systematically denies the overwhelming majority of its population the minimum requirements of justice."--Richard A. Falk, professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University 

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Contents

List of Tables page
11
Law Enforcement and Race Attitudes in a Slaveowning
17
Postscript
30
The Administration of Justice and Race Rela
68
The Incorporation of Africans into the Legal Order
95
Judicial Attitudes towards Race in South Africa page
123
The Administration of Justice in a Racially Stratified Society
161
Black Attitudes and Actions
200
Race Conflict and the Legal System
230
Sources and Bibliography
264
Index
283
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Albie Sachs was Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa from 1994 to 2009. He is the author of several books, including The Free Diary of Albie Sachs (2004) and The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law (2009).

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