Why Did the Apartheid Start?

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Apartheid started because of racial segregation and the blacks were demanding some respect from the whites in South Africa. The apartheid policy was highly effective since it aimed at achieving its goal of preferential treatment for whites.
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Apartheid started in South Africa in 1948. It was a way for whites to segregate, discriminate, oppress and demoralize blacks and other non-whites.
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apartheid was mainly started for the africans.
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Racism had existed in the Cape Colony ever since it was established, but it was only made into official, institutionalized law by this man - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hendrik_Ver
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The term Apartheid was introduced during the 1948 election campaign by DF Malan 's Herenigde Nasionale Party (HNP - 'Reunited National Party'). But racial segregation had been in
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