Book References

John Dugard, Nicholas Haysom and Gilbert Marcus. The Last Years of Apartheid: Civil Liberties in South Africa. Ford Foundation, New York, 1992.

Revolution is What is Happening in South Africa. The New York Times, page 26, April 5, 1985

Reese Erlich. Macs thrive in {South Africa}: gray market bypasses sanctions. MacWeek, page 89, Sep 26, 1989.

Reese Erlich. Software Sneaks into South Africa. The CPSR Newsletter, 8(1), 1990.

S.E. Goodman. Computing in South Africa: An end to "apartness?". Communications of the ACM, 37(2):21, 1994.

Helmoed-R'mer Heitman. South African War Machine. Presidio Press, Novato, 1895.

IBM returns to South Africa. MIDRANGE Systems, 7(4):20, 1994.

Richard Leonard. Computers in South Africa: A Survey of U.S. Companies. Science and Social Control. circa 1980.

Erin MacLellan. Limits on Computer Exports Are Difficult to Enforce. The Washington Post, 37(2):21, August 25, 1985.

NARMIC. Automating Apartheid - U.S. Computer exports to South Africa and the Arms Embargo. Omega Press, Philadelphia, 1982.

NARMIC. Machines That Help Make Apartheid Run. The New York Times, page 24, May 18, 1985.

Laurie Nadel and Hesh Wiener. Would you sell a computer to Hitler? Computer Decisions, February 1977.

Yuri Pichyugin. South Africa -- Tortures. The Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union (TASS), April 26, 1988.

Willie Schatz. The heat is on; more American businesses leaving South Africa. Datamation, 32:37, 1986.

Gert Slob. Computerizing Apartheid: export of computer hardware to South Africa. ?, Amsterdam, May 1990.
Torture in South Africa. United Nations Chronicle,20:15, March 1993.

Sanctions against South Africa. 1988.

Paul Watson. Victim buried alive at murder party - S. Africa police probe claims 10. The Toronto Star, page 3, Jan 25, 1993.

Hesh Wiener. Why Police States Love the Computer. Business and Society Review, circa 1978.

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