Trouble by apartheid and injustice, Mandela became a leader in the African National Congress until the government arrested him. He was imprisoned for 27 1/2 years. After his release in 1990, he helped write a new constitution and was elected President of South Africa.
Libby Hughes traces the journey in Nelson Mandela.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Walking to Freedom||9|
|Chapter 2||A Tribal Childhood||18|
|Chapter 3||Leaving Home||28|
|Chapter 4||Love, Law, and Politics||39|
|Chapter 5||Fighting Racial Hatred||51|
|Chapter 6||Treason Trial and Winnie||66|
|Chapter 7||Mandela Abandons Nonviolence||80|
|Chapter 8||Years in Prison||97|
|Chapter 9||A Hero's Release||119|
|Chapter 10||The Future of South Africa||130|