"The history of race relations on two continents is enormously enriched by this comparative study."--C. Vann Woodward, Yale University
"A stunning work, Fredrickson's book is the most important study--by far--of race relations written in our time."--Herbert Gutman
"One of the most brilliant and successful studies in comparative history ever written...sheds new light on the entire sweep of American and South African history."--David Brion Davis, The New York Times Book Review
"Thorough and interesting. Valuable background for my students."--Darcy James, Lewis Clark State College
"Sophisticated, well-focused, and accessible. . . . provides exactly the context I need for a course in Apartheid."--Judiana Lawrence, St. John Fisher College
About the Author
George M. Fredrickson is at Edgar A. Robinson Professor of United States History.