This book is the fascinating account of tense and dramatic years of liberation struggle, of exile, of the process of negotiation and transition in South Africa. During the time in which lasted apartheid, Ronnie Kasrils was a member of the ANC (African National Congress), the armed wing of Umkhonto We Sizwe and the South African Communist Party. Thus, in first person, he tells us about the persecution he suffered from the police, who classed him as an \'armed and dangerous\' person. Although, as he affirms, \'if I was armed, it was only to protect myself, and who considered me a dangerous person was the same Government that had practiced apartheid for more than 40 years. For me it was an honor.\'
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