Born a Crime - Part 3, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

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Preface to “Go Hitler!” The author describes how, in Germany and England, children are taught the truth about how the histories of their countries are defined by the Holocaust and the Empire respectively, and how those teachings are infused with both regret and apology. He adds, however, that there is no such sense of responsibility in the teaching about apartheid in South Africa, in the same way as there is neither a sense of responsibility or awareness of the present-day experiences of racism-defined history in America.

Go Hitler! – The author describes how, with the help of his friend Andrew and ongoing support of his friends Tom and Bongani, as well as his new friend Andrew, he expanded his food-running business into a business copying and selling CDs. The author also says that as a result of his business, he was making more money...

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