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Inside Apartheid: One Woman's Struggle in South Africa
by Janet Levine
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809245442, Hardcover)This is an Authors Guild title. Please use Authors Guild specs.Author bio on file.text for book description box:"Janet Levine's autobiography Inside Apartheid is the memoir of the agony of conscience of a white liberal. Levine is an intelligent, experienced observer, and her views deserve to be taken seriously."New York Review of Books"This is a subjective but not self-indulgent account of [Levine's] struggle to live with moral seriousness in a country where some of the lines of battle are drawn through the middle of the human heart."New York Times Book Review
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South African-born Janet Levine recounts the horrors of and the outgoing struggles against the minority white government's brutal system of repression, apartheid - from the perspective of a white woman working within the system. As a student activist, as a journalist, and as an elected member of the Johannesburg City Council, Levine, openly attacked the government's policies in hundreds of speeches and articles, led the campaign of the Progressive Federal Party's member of Parliament Helen Suzman, and associated with Steve Biko.
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