By Will McChesney
Revolution is a lot easier than administration.
For South Africa, 1994 is remembered something like a mush-up of the endings to your favorite movies. President F.W. de Klerk announced the end of apartheid after three years of negotiations, free elections took place in South Africa, the African National Congress took more than 60 percent of the vote, Nelson Mandela became president, Ferris Bueller wasn’t expelled, John McClane threw Hans Gruber out of a window, and Humphrey Bogart wistfully watched Ingrid Bergman leaving on the plane.
The ANC’s reforms from 1994 …