A revision of the author's thesis (Ph.D.--University of Cape Town, 1992) presented under the title: The white rightwing in South African politics.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-225) and index.
1. The Roots of the Right Wing. Historical origins. The Socio-economic roots of the right. Ethnicity and nationalism. Roots in racism. Roots in fear -- 2. Dimensions of the Right Wing. Political parties. Intellectual and cultural organizations. Religious organizations. Civic institutions. Paramilitary organizations. Right-wing elements within the NP and government institutions. English-speaking support for the right wing. Financial support for the right wing. Right-wing alliances -- 3. The Electoral Struggle for Control of the Afrikaner Destiny: 1981-92 -- 4. The Right Wing in the de Klerk Era: from Schism to Unity. Broedertwis revisited: apartheid or self-determination? The issue of negotiations. Non-violent resistance to reform. 'People's mobilization': preparing for the 'Third Freedom War' -- Conclusion: The Prospects of the Right.