John Saul

A veteran anti-apartheid and liberation support movement activist in Canada and elsewhere, and long-time campaigner for economic justice in Africa, John S. Saul taught at Toronto's York University for many years and has also, cumulatively, for almost a decade, in Africa itself (Tanzania, Mozambique and South Africa). He is the author and/or editor of some eighteen books, from Essays on the Political Economy of Africa (co-authored with Giovanni Arrighi) in the early seventies to Decolonization and Empire: Contesting the Rhetoric and Reality of Resubordination in Southern Africa and Beyond in 2008. He is currently working on a short analytical history of South Africa, an account of the "Thirty Years War for Southern African Liberation (1960-1990)," and, for Arbeiter Ring, a study of the world-wide anti-apartheid/liberation support movement since 1945.

Books By John Saul

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