Stengel, Richard
January 1995
New Republic;1/30/95, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p12
Profiles Joe Slovo, the white revolutionary of South Africa, who died in January 1995 of bone cancer at the age of 68. His membership in the South African Communist Party; His role as leader of the African National Congress' underground army; His friendship with African Nationalist, Nelson Mandela; How he served as Mandela's lawyer in numerous cases; Life in exile; His role as housing minister in the first democratically-elected government of South Africa.


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