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TIlat ScmCh Allrica. year Britän once apni. 'S maie activity was to prepare ftr the anti-pass campaign. Chief Lutuli has described the very deep hatred all Africans feel for a pass and the suffering 'this evil ding' causes them. He has said: We are deeply conscious of', and grateful for, the fact that thre ii growing number of fellow white South Africans who appreciate our situation and feel deeply about it; but they, too, can never reallv fully understand the depth of our sui~ring. Can anyone who has 10t gone through it possibly imagine what has happened when thvy read in the Press of a routine police announcelent that them has been a pass raid in a location?