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Fine. 0143024981. Large paperback in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws to this clean, bright copy, inscribed (to no one in particular) and signed by lead writer and project Director Lauren Segal: "Hope you are inspired! Best regards-Lauren Segal." 245 pages, packed with illustrations, "In 1995, the bold and visionary decision was taken to locate the new Constitutional Court on the site of the Old Fort, the city's notorious prison, popularly known as 'Number Four. ' Famously, this prison housed two icons of liberation of the 20th century: Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, as well as thousands of ordinary South Africans who were imprisoned under colonial and apartheid regimes simply because of the colour of their skin. The story is told through a series of quotes so as to give the reader a first-hand account of the many different people and the complex issues involved in making this extraordinary dream into a reality"; Signed by Author.
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