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With a Foreword by Anthony SampsonBorn son of a Governor-General of South Africa, Patrick Duncan rejected the attitudes of his privileged background to follow the Gandhian way of passive reistance, even to jail. This biography traces the life and times of Duncan and the changes and struggles in late-twentieth century South Africa.
27 black and white illustrations
BIC JPVH, 1HFMS, 2AB
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Patrick Duncan is a well researched, readable, balanced, but not uncritical biography. Driver has admirably captured Duncan's eccentricity, psychological complexity, decency, and especially his courage. - F.A. Mouton in JOURNAL OF COMMONWEALTH & COMPARATIVE POLITICS