Colin Eglin, one of the founders of the Africa Liberal Network, was at the frontline of the making of South African history for the second half of the 20th Century.
In Crossing the Borders of Power, he recalls an active life well lived. From childhood in South Africa to fighting his way through Italy in the second world war. Then to fighting his corner in Parliament – from which perspective he provides searching insights into South African politics and politicians during the most dramatic and traumatic half-century in the history of the country.
Crossing the Borders of Power will be available through www.centralbooks.co.uk from 1 July 2007.
President Hakainde Hichilema’s historic Zambian victory signals a new era of liberal democracy in Africa
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