- Barry Gills, Joel Rocamora and Richard Wilson (1993), ‘Low Intensity Democracy’, in Low Intensity Democracy: Political Power in the New World Order. London: Pluto Press
- Dale T. McKinley (1997), ‘Returning Home: The Strategy and Practice of Accommodation’ and Conclusion in The ANC and the Liberation Struggle: A Critical Political Biography (London: Pluto Press)
- Lesley Catchpole & Christine Cooper (2003), ‘Neoliberal Corporatism: Origins and Implications for South Africa’, in Rethinking the Labour Movement in the New South Africa, edited by Tom Bramble and Franco Barchiesi (Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate Publishers)
- Roger Etkind & Suzanna Harvey (1993), ‘The workers cease fire’, South African Labour Bulletin, Vol.17, No.5 (September-October)
- Did South Africa adopt a ‘low intensity democracy’ framework in 1994? Explain your answer by giving concrete examples.
- Was any other outcome, other than the kind of negotiated settlement that happened, possible in the early 1990s?
- Is a corporatist ‘social contract’ between labour, state and capital (for example, as in Germany, Sweden) beneficial or detrimental to working class interests?
- Did the leadership of the Alliance (the ANC/SACP/COSATU) hijack the process of drawing up the RDP and if so, how?