The day after President Bush announced he was lifting U.S. sanctions against South Africa last month, Mayor DAvid N. Dinkins of New York City stepped up his efforts to pressure the South African government to eliminate all vestiges of apartheid.

The mayor's action was an example of how most state and local governments are not backing down from their antiapartheid policies.

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