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- Garcia, Ana (red.)
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Elite Transition - Revised and Expanded Edition
From Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa
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'Charts the destruction of progressive economic and social policy aspirations from the end years of apartheid to today as a new elite emerges espousing neoliberal principles' -- Socialist Review 'An analysis of the compromises made between the past and present powers in post-apartheid South Africa, and it assesses the extent to which they can lead to meaningful liberation for the masses of South Africans' -- Oxfam Review of Journals 'Successfully highlights some telling events and processes that help us understand why the transition unfolded as it did, and, crucially, why it is not just South Africans who should be deeply concerned at this series of developments' -- International Affairs
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Patrick Bond is Senior Professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He is the author of several books, including BRICS (Pluto, 2015) and Elite Transition (Pluto, 2014). Ana Garcia is Professor of International Relations at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro and associate of the Institute of Alternative Policies of the Southern Cone (PACS). She is co-editor of BRICS: An Anti-Capitalist Critique (Pluto, 2015) and Elite Transition: From Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa (Pluto, 2014).
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Introduction: Dissecting South Africa's Transition Part I: Power and Economic Discourses 1. Neoliberal Economic Constraints on Liberation 2. Social Contract Scenarios Part II: The Ascendancy of Neoliberal Social Policy 3. Rumours, Dreams and Promises 4. The Housing Question Part III: International Lessons 5. The World Bank as `Knowledge Bank' 6. Beyond Neoliberalism? South Africa and Global Economic Crisis Afterword: From Racial to Class Apartheid Afterword to the New Edition: South Africa Faces Its `Faustian Pact': Neoliberalism, Financialisation and Proto-Fascism Notes and References Index