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It is important to recognize, however, that it would have been impossible without a shift in racial meanings - dismantling the notions of black identity popular in the 1980s, which lumped coloureds together with Africans, and constructing a new racial notion initially defined negatively (uniting all non-Africans) but increasingly defined in positive terms as well. 65 The extent to wh ich a comprehensive black identity uniting all those excluded by white supremacy ever was dominant in the consciousness of its would-be constituencies is debatable, of course.
R. Stevens and A. Elmessiri (eds), Israel and South Africa: The Progression of a Relationship (New York, 1976); S. Greenberg, Race and the State in Capitalist Development: Comparative Perspectives (New Haven, 1980). With the Palestinian Intifada and the township uprisings of the 1980s a new spate of comparative studies was generated - H. Giliomee and J. Gagiano (eds), The Elusive Search for Peace: South Africa, Israel and Northern Ireland (Cape Town, 1990); D. Akenson, God's Peoples: Covenant and Land in South Africa, Israel, and Ulster (lthaca, 1992); R.
It did not succeed in projecting a convincing non-racial image among non-African elements in the population, however, but perhaps in its emphasis on 'unity in diversity' served to allay fears and facilitate an acceptance of majority rule which would have been difficult had an undiluted African racial image prevailed. 66 The success of these articulations of identity can be appreciated when set against the failure of the competing racial images projected by the Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) and the Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO).