Coming to Terms: South Africa's Search for Truth

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INDEX
Acheson, Donald, 33, 35
Ackerman, Dawie, 275-278
Ackerman, Marita, 275
Ackermann, Anton, 47-49
Adams, Gerry, 368
African National Congress (ANC)
apartheid, struggle against, 15-17
de Klerk's testimony, reaction to, I99
dirty tricks campaign against, 39-40
impact of chemical and biological warfare program, 158
Inkatha Freedom Party, conflict with, 17, 38-39, 99-III, 207, 2I5-216, 297-298
and Kondile, 8
and Mxenge, 29-31
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, criticism of, 23, 302-306
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, findings of, 298-300
violence perpetrated by, 203-219
Afrikaners
and apartheid, 16
and the National Party, 19
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, criticism of, 26, 313
Aggett, Neil, 118
Albania, 339-340, 342
Alfonsín, Raul, 329, 334
Amnesty
controversial decisions regarding, 3I4, 317-318
de Kock, 54
establishment and requirements of, 20-21, 321, 355
initial reaction to, 10
Mitchell, 112
Northern Transvaal Security
Branch, police from the, 57
outrage over provisions of, 22
Port Elizabeth, police from, 82
Williamson, 145-149
See also Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)
ANC. See African National Congress
Anglo-Boer war, 311
Anticommunism, 46, 291-293, 313
Apartheid
de Klerk's commitment to and testimony regarding, 188-189
ideology unique to South Africa, ix‐ x
impact and legacy, 352-353
struggle to end, 15-17
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, findings on, 289-294
Apelgren, Greta, 120
Apla. See Azanian People's Liberation Army
Arafat, Yasir, 368
Argentina, 329, 332, 334
Asvat, Abu-Baker, 240-241, 244-245, 259, 261-264
Asvat, Ebrahim, 264
Atrocities
expectation of prosecution for, viii‐ ix
priority of stopping, 370
See also Crimes of past regimes
Aylwin, Patricio, 364
Ayob, Ismail, 237

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Coming to Terms - South Africa's Search for Truth *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword *
  • I - The Widows'testimony *
  • 2 - Reconstructing the Past *
  • 3 - Vlakplaas *
  • 4 - Prime Evil *
  • 5 - Chains of Command *
  • 6 - Room 619 *
  • 7 - Operation Marion *
  • 8 - In Police Custody *
  • 9 - Foreign Ventures *
  • 10 - Race Poison *
  • II - The Security Establishment *
  • 12 - The Tale of Two Presidents *
  • 13 - In the Name of Liberation *
  • 14 - The Trial of Winnie Mandela *
  • 15 - Operation Great Strom *
  • 16 - Findings *
  • 17 - In the Fullness of Time *
  • Afterword Confronting the Painful Past Tina Rosenberg *
  • Index *
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