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Sing the Beloved Country By Peter Hain

Sing the Beloved Country by Peter Hain

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This is the story of South Africa's transformation from apartheid oppression to non-racial democracy. After his childhood in South Africa, Peter Hain's parents were forced into exile. In Britain, he became one of the leaders of the international struggle to defeat apartheid.

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Sing the Beloved Country: The Struggle for the New South Africa by Peter Hain

This is the story of South Africa's transformation from apartheid oppression to non-racial democracy, told by a man who played a unique part in it. Peter Hain's childhood was spent in South Afica under apartheid. His parents were harassed, jailed, banned and finally, forced into exile. In Britain, Hain became one of the leaders of the international struggle to defeat apartheid, returning in 1994 to witness the birth of a new South Africa, full of hope. This is a testimony to all those who fought to defeat what he describes as "absolute tyranny".

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"[A] fine history of the struggles against apartheid." -- Observer (London)

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GOR003395907
9780745309972
0745309976
Sing the Beloved Country: The Struggle for the New South Africa by Peter Hain
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pluto Press
1996-10-24
240
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