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- DescriptionOn December 10 2011, it will be 15 years since Nelson Mandela signed the final draft of the new South African Constitution at a stadium in the township of Sharpeville. In celebration of this momentous occasion, the book One law, one nation charts the story of the long fight for constitutional rights in this country and the astonishing in's and out's of the constitution-making process after 1990. Using hitherto unseen archival, photographic and interview material, including Mandela's handwritten tes from the negotiation process, the book will be a popular account of the birth of what has been heralded as one the most remarkable documents in the world. Many books have shed light on the legal aspects of the South African Constitution. Few have offered first hand perspectives of its development. One law, one nation will also show how the constitution is a living document and how the Constitutional Court plays an instrumental role in ensuring that a human rights enshrined in it are upheld in our young and fragile democracy.
- Author BiographyLauren Segal holds postgraduate degrees in history, film and television studies. She has written several books and has produced award-winning educational television.
- Author(s)Lauren Segal
- PublisherJacana Media (Pty) Ltd
- Date of Publication23/11/2011
- SubjectRegional History
- Place of PublicationJohannesburg
- Country of PublicationSouth Africa
- ImprintJacana Media
- Content Notephotos of notes, maps, constitutions
- Weight1430 g
- Width235 mm
- Height300 mm
- Spine25 mm
- Contained items statement300 Paperbacks
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