A California Governor's Role in South African Justice

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In the 1980's a growing movement in the United States attempted to pressure South Africa to end apartheid through divestment, by refusing to invest or do business with firms that held assets in that country. The State of California was one of those at the movement's helm. George Skelton , columnist for the Los Angeles Times, remembers the role that California Governor George Deukmejian played in that effort.