"United Against Apartheid: The South African Communist Party and the African National Congress, 1917-1963" explores the path taken by the South African Communist Party towards forging an alliance with the African National Congress in order to topple the Nationalist Party's apartheid regime. It examines the ideological changes experienced by the Communist Party while adapting to the South African context, and how these changes influenced the Communist Party's relationship with the African National Congress.
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