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The calls for capitalism with an ethic were nowhere more pronounced or more passionate than in the 1970s debate about economic disengagement from South Africa. It was surprising to many that a black executive at a large Fortune 500 company was taking the “divestment” side of the debate rather than joining those calling for “constructive engagement.” This chapter reports on Joseph’s visit to South Africa to observe firsthand the apartheid system euphemistically called separate development. It is a description of both the business environment and the dehumanizing conditions of the time. Official statistics and myriad reports were readily available, but...

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