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Running head: OUTLINE 1 DESMOND TUTU’S MIDDLE PATH Student’s name Professor’s name Institution Course City, State Date of submission The Middle Path Background South Africa was made a center of the universal firestorm in the 1980s due to the apartheid policy or system that promoted racial segregation which disenfranchised the black community in South Africa. The Black people were the majority but got subjected to mandated inequalities in employment, education, police protection and legal status by the white community that made up virtually 10% of the population. To eliminate this official segregation, there was an intensive struggle in the country from endless boycotts and protests that led to an unbearable unrest in the state. Many people lost their lives while countless others got severely injured from the police brutality and the excessive force that the white community responded to the protests and boycotts. After F.W. De Klerk took the office of prime minister, the chaos was averted and later the nation came to be ruled by an African president, Nelson Mandela. After shifting into a democratic form of government, there had to be a way in which the atrocities that the apartheid
OUTLINE 2 regime did to the people could be addressed without necessarily damaging fragile truce that had been freshly established between the new and the old regimes. There were two major ways that people demanded to be used to address the issue. These methods comprise of Nuremberg way

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