Calling for harmony and democracy

Barber, Ben
December 1994
World & I;Dec94, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p36
Profiles South African President Nelson Mandela. Arrest of Mandela and other African National Congress leaders; Release from a life sentence by South Africa's white-minority government; Struggles and principles; 1993 Nobel Peace Prize awardee together with former President F.W. de Klerk; Victory in South Africa's first free election.


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