AA News November 1968
The AAM’s annual general meeting was the scene of a vigorous debate in which young members called for ‘direct action on the streets’, according to this issue of AA News. It carried a feature article on the apartheid government’s attempts to attract British tourists and immigrants to South Africa and analysed the latest British government proposals for a settlement with the illegal white regime in Rhodesia. An appeal by a Labour MP argued that parliamentary lobbying was still an important form of action for the Anti-Apartheid Movement.
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