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Apartheid.

It’s not a bygone political ideology. It’s something within a lot of us.

In this book Mark Howard takes a very personal look at the political system he grew up in.

He links that to later experiences, post apartheid and outside of South Africa, and concludes that an inhumane system associated with a single period and place in history is in fact more than that.

Apartheid is as much a personal preference as it is a political system.

His personal experiences and his reflection on history combine to provide a compelling argument which suggests we all carry the risk of being somewhat guilty of what made a country the pariah of the world for his generation.

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