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The United States found itself on the other side of the anti-apartheid movement.
Academics were boycotting the country, because of apartheid.
South Africa was barred from 1964 to 1988 because of its policies of apartheid.
approach—ruling out certain categories of investment—was the anti-apartheid boycott of South African products and businesses in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Then 1994 arrived, the year when Nelson Mandela led his country past apartheid.
One state, South Africa, built nuclear weapons in the 1980s but then eliminated them during the transition from apartheid.
One was the face of the written law, hopelessly rigged to maintain the legal infrastructure of American apartheid, and the latter were the people who enforced the unwritten code without which the written law would lose so much of its power.
But that was the fall of 1981, when Reagan was funding the contras in Nicaragua and apartheid in South Africa was making the news, and his professors threw out one moral challenge after another.
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Origin and Etymology of apartheid
Afrikaans, from apart apart + -heid -hood
First Known Use: 1947
APARTHEID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apartheid for English Language Learners
: a former social system in South Africa in which black people and people from other racial groups did not have the same political and economic rights as white people and were forced to live separately from white people
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