Burger's Daughter Themes

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Motives of Suffering and Morality Compared to Motives of Ide

It is readily apparent that the author is not a big fan of Communist ideology. Yet in the context of the struggle in South Africa in the period leading up to the 1970s. There are more important issues, since many different kinds of people are motivated to stop the suffering caused by the apartheid regime. Some of the key players in the revolutionary movement for black rights are not Communists at all, as in the case of Flora Donaldson and of the photographer Orde Greer. On the other hand the South African Communist Party is the central organizing force against the apartheid regime in South Africa and is very important in organizing trade unions, black workers and illegal strikes. Some of the first cases against Lionel Burger and his wife are due to their trade union organizing going back...

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