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ISBN: 1570420572 / ISBN-13: 9781570420573

Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela

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Since his release from prison in 1990, Nelson Mandela has emerged as the world's most potent moral leader since Gandhi. As president of the ANC and ... Show synopsis

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  • Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela (Time Warner AudioBooks) – Audiobook cassette (1994)
    by Nelson Mandela, Danny Glover (Read by)

    Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela

    Audiobook cassette, Time Warner AudioBooks
    1994
    English
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    ISBN: 1570420572
    ISBN-13: 9781570420573

    The memoirs of the outstanding moral and political leader of our time, "Long Walk to Freedom" recreate the drama of the experiences that helped shape Nelson Mandela's destiny. From his beginning in the Transkei to his being taken to Robben Island, this is the story of how a man rose so far, only to be sentenced to life imprisonment. Emotive and compelling, it is the story of an epic life.

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Reviews of Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela

Overall customer rating: 5.000
philosophicalengineer

Learning straight from the mentor

by philosophicalengineer on Aug 19, 2010

I love this man and I love this book. I began to read "Mandela's Way" but it's one thing to hear how Mandela is from someone else and it's another to get into the actual mind of Mandela himself. That's not to say that it wasn't a good book but going straight to the source sheds the true wisdom and light (as all things in life). Thank you, Mr. Mandela for your wisdom and your inspiration.

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Cats

A Master Piece

by Cats on May 30, 2007

By far one of the best books I have read! The book not only provided an introspective view of the racial policies in South Africa, but a glimpse of International and Global policies at it relates to race. Its' quite interesting to note that at that period of time, America, Europe and many of the Western World countries neglected to intervene it put an end to the Apartheid movement when such atrocities (modern day) were being encountered by Blacks. It puts a whole new angle on foreign policies and when/where it becomes convenient /appropriate to intervene in any given country. The book can be used as an excellent resource, a parallelism of what is happening in modern-day Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and Sierra Leone. Quite frankly, when you read the book, it is a sad notation where race relations is concerned in and around the world, we( collectively) play an active role in finding a solution. However, more importantly history constantly repeats itself, simply as a distortion of national pride and self-preservation of ones' ideology. Evidently, for me it served as an inspirational piece, a acknowledgment that our work as a people never ceases. In inspiration, I got great joy to know that despite Mandela's jailed time spent at Robben Island: Tennis, Reading and his thirst for Knowledge for his favorite past-time. Many of us make use of the time spent in freedom, and seldom take advantage of LIFE! His struggle, lifestyle serves as a great learning tool that even in the midst of adversity there is hope, more importantly there is a rainbow in every cloud!

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