Includes a new introduction from Bill Clinton on a bonus PDF As recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, president of the African National Congress, and head of the antiapartheid movement, Nelson Mandela has been one of the world's great moral and political leaders. The story of his life-from the early development of his political consciousness to his eventful quarter-century behind bars to his momentous victory in South Africa's first multiracial elections-is an epic account of struggle, setback, renewed hope, and ultimate triumph.
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by Nelson Mandela
by Nelson George
by Rolf Nelson
by Carlotta Walls Lanier, Lisa Frazier Page, Bill Clinton
by Alison Weir
by Dan Haring, MarcyKate Connolly
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
by Michael McElroy
by Michael Shelden
by John Le Carre
"Narrator Michael Boatman has a gentle but insistent voice that suggests a certain grace and is well suited for the memoir of this worldwide symbol of persistence and justice. At 93, Mandela is still lionized as the unflinching opponent of the apartheid government in South Africa who then became president of the country after that system fell. This is his story, told in his way, and we must take notice. Boatman's authentic pronunciation of South African tribes and other words also lends great credibility to his reading. He narrates at an unhurried pace and lingers on certain words throughout the book in order to let us inhale Mandela's meanings. R.I.G. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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