86, 2014. Table of Contents.

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John Daniel (1944–2014), i-v 


‘The life and times of Neville Alexander’
Crain Soudien, 1-4


Nationalisms inclusive and exclusive: A comparison of the Indian Congress Movement and the African National Congress of South Africa
Bill Freund, 5-29

Neville Alexander: Towards overcoming the legacy of racial capitalism in post-apartheid South Africa
Michael Cloete, 30-47

Tokenism in South African social policy
Patrick Bond, 48-77

Response to Eddie Webster’s review of Choosing to be Free: The life story of Rick Turner, in Transformation 85
Billy Keniston, 78-81


Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto: a history of medical care 1941-1990 by Simone Horwitz (review)
Julie Parle, 82-87

The BRICs and Emerging Economies in Comparative Perspective: political economy, liberalisation and institutional change ed. by Uwe Becker (review)
Vishnu Padayachee, 88-95

Ekhaya: the politics of home in KwaZulu-Natal ed. by Meghan Healy-Clancy and Jason Hickel (review)
Sophie Chevalier, 96-102

Contesting Transformation: popular resistance in twenty-first-century South Africa ed. by Marcelle C Dawson and Luke Sinwell (review)
Elke Zuern, 103-106 

Rural Resistance in South Africa: the Mpondo revolts after fifty years ed. by Thembela Kepe and Lungisile Ntsebeza (review)
Nokuthula Cele, 107-111

Notes on Contributors