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Contact - the journal

Contact - the journal

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1954-1957

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Contact, the official publication of the Liberal Party, was published monthly, in Pietermaritzburg, during the period January 1954 to December 1957. With effect from January 1958, publication began in Cape Town, on a fortnightly basis, and continued until publication ceased in January 1967. The Liberal Party was the only legal multi-racial party in South Africa during this period, but was dissolved in 1968, when legislation introduced by the Government made multi-racial parties illegal in South Africa. Contact, in defying apartheid, documented political struggles not only in the southern region of Africa but in Africa as a whole.

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215 issues

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