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Nelson Mandela speaks : forging a Democratic, nonracial South Africa

Author: Nelson Mandela; Steve Clark
Publisher: New York : London : Pathfinder Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st ed., [pbk. ed.View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Nelson Mandela; Nelson Mandela
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nelson Mandela; Steve Clark
ISBN: 0873487745 9780873487740
OCLC Number: 468008334
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 301 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Now is the time to intensify the struggle --
Our struggle is against all forms of racism --
Peace will not come to our country until apartheid is ended --
We cannot afford to stand divided --
The women's movement must play a central role --
The oppressed and exploited must lead South Africa out of apartheid --
Our strategy is determined by objective reality --
Building a political culture that entrenches political tolerance --
The violence has assumed a more organized and systematic character --
It is your sweat and blood that has created the wealth of South Africa --
Our struggle has changed the balance of forces --
We will ensure that the poor and rightless will rule the land of their birth --
The oppressed will be and must be their own liberators --
Codesa is the fruit of sacrifice and struggle --
The National Party and the government talk peace while conducting a war --
We must all march together --
An interim government is essential. We are prepared to take responsibility for governing and reconstructing South Africa --
The National Party regime is killing our people --
For a democratically elected and sovereign constituent assembly --
A cold-blooded strategy of state terrorism --
A decisive blow for peace and democracy --
We must pull South Africa from the morass --
1993 can be a year of decisive achievements --
We are on the eve of great changes --
We have come to this region to start a peace campaign --
When we act together, with discipline and determination, nothing can stop us --
Apartheid must not be reformed; it must be uprooted in its entirety --
We must act together to give birth to a new South Africa --
A landmark decision --
New tasks on our common agenda.
Responsibility: by Nelson Mandela ; edited by Steve Clark.

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