Think Freely Media presents Common Sense with Paul Jacob

On March 18, 1992, South Africans voted against the color bar by electing a new government. “Today we have closed the book on apartheid,” Mr de Klerk said in Cape Town as he also celebrated his 56th birthday.

White electors had not only voted by a 2-1 majority to abolish the racial exclusion policies and double standard, but also to lose their own power.

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