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Young Warriors Youth Politics, Identity, and Violence in South Africa (Paperback)

Author:  Monique Marks Foreword By:  Makgane Thobejane
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1868143708
ISBN-13: 9781868143702
Sku: 30743119
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6L x 0.5T
Pages:  171
Age Range:  NA
 
Much has been written about South Africa's "lost generation" -- the generation of politicized youth who dedicated their lives to the liberation of a nation, and who have "lost" everything in the process. Young Warriors is about this generation, but it is also a critique of the very concept of a "lost generation." It is the story of activists who have become leaders, provincial premiers and national ministers in our democratic society. While focusing on the lives of the men and women who lived in Diepkloof, a black "township" in South Africa, it is also the narrative of many black South Africans who "grew up" in the organizations of the ANC-led liberation movement.
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Much has been written about South Africa?s ?lost generation? ?the generation of politicized youth who dedicated their lives to the liberation of a nation, and who have ?lost? everything in the process. Young Warriors is about this generation, but it is also a critique of the very concept of a ?lost generation.?

It is the story of activists who have become leaders, provincial premiers and national ministers in our democratic society. While focusing on the lives of the men and women who lived in Diepkloof, a black ?township? in South Africa, it is also the narrative of many black South Africans who ?grew up? in the organizations of the ANC-led liberation movement.

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