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Reflections in prison : voices from the South African liberation struggle / M. Maharaj (ed)
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About the book:

The book begins with a foreword by Desmond Tutu and a contextualizing introduction by Maharaj. Then come two essays by Mandela and one each by Sisulu, Kathrada, Mbeki, Billy Nair, John Pokela, Eddie Daniels, and Andimba Toivo ya Toivo. Each essay is preceded by a short biography of the author, a description of his life in prison and a pencil sketch by a black South African artist.

About the author:

Mac Maharaj brings together many of the strands of struggle for democracy in South Africa. He has been an activist, detainee, political prisoner, an exile, an underground commander, a negotiator in the constitutional talks, and Minister of Transport in South Africa's first democratic government

Source: Maharaj, M (ed.). 2001. Reflections in prison. Zebra Press : Cape Town

 
 
 
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