Can you think of a country that, in our lifetime, has totally reinvented itself by engineering a social revolution that empowered a formerly oppressed underclass? No doubt heading your very short list will be the Republic of South Africa, which during the 1990s ended the institutionalized practice of racial separation, or apartheid, and replaced it with universal suffrage and majority rule. This remarkable achievement, brokered by the willingness of both sides of the racial divide to ...

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