South Africa's New Enemy

@article{Cohen2000SouthAN,
  title={South Africa's New Enemy},
  author={J. Cohen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={288},
  pages={2168 - 2170}
}
  • J. Cohen
  • Published 23 June 2000
  • Psychology, Political Science
  • Science
Many South Africans long dreamed of the day when the oppressive apartheid system would end. That day has come, but now the country faces a new disaster: one of the world's worst HIV epidemics--and most confusing government responses. 
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