Journalist Erna Paris examines the different ways nations have dealt ith the most painful episodes of their past. In her new book she discusses examples including the U.S. and slavery, Germany and the Holocaust, and South Africa and apartheid – and the extent to which today’s leaders and citizens have come to terms with these traumatic events.

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