Tomorrow is Another Country: The Inside Story of South Africa's Negotiated Revolution, by Allister Sparks
1994 first edition, signed by Allister Sparks to Hugh Lewin
South Africa's transformation from the dictatorship of apartheid to non-racial democracy won its two principal figures the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize, but behind the public story lies a drama which began four years before President F.W. de Klerk released Nelson Mandela from jail in February 1990, and which unfolded in a series of secret meetings between government officials and their top political prisoner. It is a story of how members of the Afrikaners' secret brotherhood, the Broederbond, came to terms with the need for change and met secretly with the outlawed ANC in an English village over a period of three years. The story is told in this book by an award-winning South African journalist who also won his country's Sanlem Literary Award in 1990 for The Mind of South Africa.
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