"Alternate pages spark with the humanity, compassion and committment of a man who campaigned for the black majority in South Africa during the worst years."--Jeremy Vine, Sunday Herald
"By showing how difficult it is to deal with atrocities after they occur, this book demonstrates how important it is to deter them....(Boraine's) book should be a valuable resource in that effort."--The New York Times Book Review
About the Author
Alex Boraine is currently Visiting Professor of Law at New York University and divides his time between New York and Cape Town. He has served as President of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, as a member of Parliament for the Progressive Party, and as the founder of Justice in Transition. In 1995, Boraine was appointed Vice Chairperson of the TRC by President Nelson Mandela, serving under Archbishop Desmond Tutu.