Alan Paton, Cry, the Beloved Country
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What buyers say about Alan Paton, Cry, the Beloved Country
The book states that racism leads to poverty and crime because employers don't want to hire large black africans and that makes society look down on the race as a whole and further the unemployment out of fear.
I was very pleased with the delivery and the book, I can't think of anything that was not good about it.
The author describes apartheid in South Africa as a real thing and I think he is a poet.
I am sure to enjoy the audio a few times. This perspective is beautiful and shows how far we have come in the past.
I enjoyed this book very much.