No Future Without Forgiveness - Chapter Two, Nuremberg or National Amnesia? A Third Way Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two, Nuremberg or National Amnesia? A Third Way Summary and Analysis

When apartheid ends, almost no one will admit to having defended it. No longer will blacks injured on the roadside be ignored because the ambulances that arrived are for whites. No blacks will be exiled to poverty-stricken lands due to segregation. The heartless social engineering of the Race Classification Boards ends where members of the same family are reassigned by hue.

The previous attitude embodied by Dr. Hendrik Verwoerd or the "high priest" of apartheid, who had created the segregated education system and became prime minister, is now under attack. He structured black education to prevent blacks from receiving any economic opportunities. However, such legislation can no longer be passed. There is a new Constitution in place that is oriented towards human rights along with...

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