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Justice: A personal account <br> by Edwin Cameron

Justice: A personal account
by Edwin Cameron

  • R 27500


In Justice, Cameron explains and defends the role of the law in South Africa's continuing transition. He draws on his own life experience - of poverty, of a youth spent in a childrens home, of his differentness and of stigma - to illustrate the power and the limitations of the law. Cameron argues his case that the Constitution offers South Africans our best chance for a just society.

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"The constitutional judge, Edwin Camerons deeply moving memoir explores a childhood of poverty, being gay, becoming HIV infected and the enriching journey to a life of public duty , campaigning and commitment."
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"In Justice, Cameron explains and defends the role of the law in South Africas continuing transition. He draws on his own life experience of poverty, of a youth spent in childrens home, of his differentness and of stigma to illustrate the power and limitations of the law."
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