Pat Bernstein


I was brought up in South Africa by parents who dedicated their lives to ending apartheid. Every dinner table discussion was about South Africa's racism or global events at the time. These included the Russian invasion of Hungary, the demise of General Franco in Spain, and the rise of many independent African leaders.

My upbringing left me with a severe dislike of politicians (with very few exceptions), and a hate of injustice, be it personal, against a group, or by one country against another. I have no doubt this will be apparent to any reader.

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