Doing Well By Doing Good? Not In South AfricaDrusilla Menaker
Simon Steward's Chase Manhattan Bank led many U.S. banks in deciding not to renew loans to South African borrowers in 1985. The resulting debt crisis helped push the system of apartheid toward its demise, setting the stage for Nelson Mandela's election in April, 1994.
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