South Africa -- What the Election Meant
South Africans presented the world with a political miracle in the first
all-race election ever held in that country. The event followed forty years
of apartheid and five years of intense political debate. South African
scholar Stephen R. Clingman, Associate Professor of English at the
University of Massachusetts, analyzes the past and speculates on the
future of this extraordinary transformation.
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