In the early 2000s, a few years after becoming a democracy, South
Africa saw the rise of a white separatist militia known as the
Boeremag. In the early 2000s, they devised a coup, and bombs
started exploding across the country. This book chronicles the
longest running criminal trial in South African history, piecing
together court transcripts and interviews to explore the dynamics
and ideals at the source of the movement and the coup. The book
offers a firsthand look at the dark consequences of nationalism and
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