A discussion of the history of the end of apartheid. It is part of a series which examines major historical watersheds. It recounts the chain of events leading up to the event, and the repercussions, both immediate and long-term. It also evaluates the concept of a turning-point, assessing in which way this event really was one. Interpretations run throughout the books, showing how history is informed by a complicated web of divergent views. The books are designed to be thought-provoking, but their approach is direct and seeks to enhance the everyday views of ordinary people.
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