Explicitly writing for participants in contemporary mass movements, he introduces socialist theory and examines the political history of socialism internationally and in South Africa, focusing the latter discussion on a critical analysis of the policies and activities of the Communist Party of South Africa.
What does CPSA stand for?
CPSA stands for Communist Party of South Africa
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- College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (Canada)
- College Preparatory School of America (Lombard, Illinois, USA)
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- Commission for Public Service Appointments (Ireland)
- Consumer Product Safety Act
- Content Protection System Architecture
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- Cuban Philatelic Society of America
- Cyber Protection Supply Arrangement (Canada)
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- Clevedon Pier Sea Angling Club (UK)
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Martin goes as far as saying that the ANC had an ideological make-up that was totally Garveyite, but due to the strength of the modern-day relationship between the ANC and the Communist Party of South Africa, this "fact" has been suppressed--possibly because of the inherent antagonisms between Garveys'race-based perceptions and the Communist Party's advocation of classism over racism.
The ANC adopted a more radical course in the late 1920s, partly due to the spread of Marxism and the founding of the Communist Party of South Africa (CPSA) in 1921.