This Trinity Forum Reading is the story of anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, one of unwavering persistence and amazing triumph against great odds. These carefully selected excerpts from his autobiography Long Walk To Freedom tell his story in his own words, providing insight into his experience as a rebel against South Africa's brutal apartheid regime, long years in prison, and his eventual victory in South Africa's first nonracial democratic election. They trace Mandela's incredible development as a leader who sought not just victory, but reconciliation for all South Africans.
An introduction by Jonathan Quick provides context and a thorough examination of the qualities that made Mandela a successful leader, as does a preface by Gideon Strauss, an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa who saw his country's remarkable transition to freedom and equality under the law.
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