Transformation in South Africa: A People Engaged
Right at the end of a century which has arguably been the most terrible in all history—millions have died because of ideology and racial nationalism all the way through to Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya—we, who have been the polecat of the world because of our ideology and our racism, are actually pointing the way to the next century. And we’ve got to get it right!
KeywordsPeace Accord Peace Process African National Congress National Party African Culture
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Chapter Six Transformation in South Africa: A People Engaged
- 66.Steven Friedman, ed., The long journey: South Africa’s quest for a negotiated settlement (Braamfontein, South Africa: Ravan Press, 1993), pp. 13–14.Google Scholar
- 70.This account is based on Susan Collin Marks, Watching the Wind: Conflict Resolution during South Africa’s Transition to Democracy (Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, 2000), pp. 7–8.Google Scholar