One of our most renowned historians explores what he calls 'one of the most remarkable turnabouts in history'. From the initial contact between the National Party and the ANC, to the release of Nelson Mandela, to the country's first democratic elections, Davenport examines the process of reconciliation and explores how a host of problems that may have undermined peace-making efforts were overcome. He then sets out to an up-to-date analysis of the Government of National Unity's task of building a new society set against a volatile political and socio-economic background.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-410-9, 1,
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