|Type||Journal Article - Indicator South Africa|
|Title||A state of denial: White South Africans' attitudes to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission|
|URL||http://www.brandonhamber.com/publications/Journal A State of Denial.pdf|
The assumption of responsibility by all parties involved is essential to the reconciliation process. A survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation suggests that the majority of white South Africans are unconvinced that they played a role in apartheid abuses. And over 40% of those surveyed think apartheid was a good idea, badly executed.
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