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No easy walk to freedom : articles, speeches and trial addresses of Nelson Mandela / with a new foreword by Ruth First.


London : Heinemann Educational, 1973.
ISBN 0435901230

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Subjects South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1948-1961.
South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1961-1978.
South Africa -- Race relations.
Series African writers series, 123.
Description xiv, 189 pages : portraits ; 19 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Contents Streams of African nationalism: No easy walk to freedom. The shifting sands of illusion.--Living under apartheid: People are destroyed. Land hunger. The doors are barred.--The fight against apartheid: Freedom in our lifetime. Our struggle needs many tactics. Verwoerd's tribalism. A charge of treason.--Resistance from underground: The struggle for a national convention. General strike. Letter from underground. A land ruled by the gun.--On trial: Black man in a white court. The Rivonia trial.
Geographic Area South Africa
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03397332
(OCoLC)3397332
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WorldCat Identities Mandela, Nelson, 1918-2013.
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