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This paper examines the historical beginnings of apartheid and discusses how this repressive system gained popularity. Further, this paper discusses the impact of the new system on the lives of white South Africans, from the perspective of both those who benefited from the system, and those who fought against it. Finally, a discussion of the impact of apartheid on black South Africans is presented.
From the Paper:"Further segregation was created when the Natives Act of 1923 was enacted, which restricted movement in white urban areas. The laws stated that black were only allowed in urban areas for labor, and that any black township was to be created away from the white urban centers. Further, all blacks and those of mixed decent were required to carry pass cards at all times in white areas, further restricting their access (Falola, 198)."
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