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by Helen Suzman

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Author: Helen Suzman
ISBN: 0869824228
ISBN13: 978-0869824221
Language: English
Publisher: South African Institute of Race Relations; 1st Edition edition (1992)
Pages: 18
Fb2 eBook: 1821 kb
ePub eBook: 1795 kb
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Helen Suzman was a member of the South African House of Assembly for the Progressive Federal Party for over three decades. She was known internationally for her forthright opposition to apartheid and uncompromising advocacy of the interests of millions of nonwhite and liberally-minded South Africans. In 1944 Suzman was appointed as a part-time lecturer in the Department of Economics and Economic History at the University of the Witwatersrand following three years work as a statistician for the South African War Supplies Board.

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Helen Suzman, white South African legislator (1953–89), who was an outspoken advocate for the country’s nonwhite majority. The daughter of Lithuanian Jewish immigrants, Suzman graduated (1940) from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg with a degree in commerce. Helen Suzman, née Gavronsky, (born November 7, 1917, Germiston, South Africa-died January 1, 2009, Johannesburg), white South African legislator (1953–89), who was an outspoken advocate for the country’s nonwhite majority. 100 Women Trailblazers.

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