Into the Cannibal's Pot
Into the Cannibal’s Pot:Lessons for America from
Post-Apartheid South Africa

“If you want to witness the end result of what in America is called ‘diversity’, you must read ‘Into the Cannibal’s Pot’.”
– Thomas J. Dilorenzo

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