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Unformatted text preview: to blacks •The ANC was initially nonviolent and politically moderate in its calls for multiracial democracy •Under the leadership of Nelson Mandela, it led a series of nonviolent civil disobedience campaigns against apartheid laws ! ANC & PAC Fierce repression of this protest by the apartheid... 1. some blacks tiring of the nonviolent, gradualist approach of the ANC, created more radical organizations, such as the Pan African (PAC), founded in 1959 2. The apartheid leaders, alarmed by the growing resistance, banned the ANC and the PAC 3. The repression (especially the government slaughter of protesters during the Sharpeville Massacre of 1960 (21 March 1960)) persuaded ANC leaders to init...
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