Oral interview, in Kimberley, South Africa, with Robert Sobukwe (1924 to 1978), who was elected Founding President of the Pan Afticanist Congress in April 1959, jailed for several years as a result of the PAC anti-pass campaign, restricted to living in Kimberley and banned from attending meetings, speaks about Communism, alliances, the defiance campaign and other issues.


BC 1081 (O18.5)