Synopses & Reviews
How could survivors of the Burma Road, the Siberian Gulag, or Nazi atrocities forgive those who harmed them? How can representatives of entire people -- Australian Aborigines, African Americans, and black South Africans -- be reconciled with whites who exploited them? And how can the offenders find the grace to apologize? Michael Henderson writes about dozens of remarkable people of many nations and faiths who have, by repentance and forgiveness, been able to break the chain of hate and the hold of history.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-181) and index.