...i mean who is with the blacks and who is with the whites. Also , i want to know how is this conversation related to the bias of alan paton ??
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As you mentioned in your quote,
"Msimangu essentially rejects the notion that the whites have any responsibility for what has occurred in South Africa. He seems to locate both the blame and the solution to the blacks' troubles in themselves, in finding a way to independently rebuild their way of life. "
I think most of the "wise" characters in the book, black and white, tend to put the blame on black South Africa for its troubles.