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Understanding Apartheid in South Africa through the Racial Contract
International Journal of Asian Social Science
This article examines apartheid in South Africa and uses Mills (1992) theoretical framework of the Racial Contract to understand how this system operated and flourished in South Africa. To explicate Mills" position about racism, this paper draws from the different tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT) where applicable. It begins by providing an illuminating overview of apartheid in South Africa and uses education, legislation and religion as examples to help unpack the racial inequalities thatdoi:10.18488/journal.1/2015.5.4/22.214.171.124 fatcat:2uzvpunwvbaitbfzbjmv3sbrbi