By Ivan Evans
By contrasting mobs of rope-wielding white Southerners to the gun-toting policemen and directors who officially defended white supremacy in South Africa, 'Cultures of violence' employs racial killing as an optic for studying the distinct common sense of the racial nation within the contexts. Combining the historian's eye for element with the sociologist's look for overarching claims, the e-book explores the systemic connections among 3 major components to give an explanation for why contrasting traditions of racial violence took such company root within the American South and South Africa.
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Cultures of Violence: Racial violence and the origins of segregation in South Africa and the American South by Ivan Evans