"Janet Levine's autobiography Inside Apartheid is the memoir of the agony of conscience of a white liberal. Levine is an intelligent, experienced observer, and her views deserve to be taken seriously."
--New York Review of Books
"This is a subjective but not self-indulgent account of [Levine's} struggles to live with moral seriousness in a country where some of the lines of battle are drawn through the middle of the human heart."
--New York Times Book Review