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Nelson Mandela [Oxford Bookworms]

by Rowena Akinyemi

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Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in South Africa. Nelson stayed on to study law. He grown up when people was equal. He worked hard and went to high school. Mandela tried hard by all of his power to get the black people freedom. He stayed jail for 27 years. But when he got out in 1990, he became president and black people loved him because of his great action to get their freedom.. This good was a very nice explanation of nelson life both personality and politics. The most speech I like is we have laid the foundation for a better life and I think this is right the peacefull came from being the freedom.
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  getreadingdmc | Mar 24, 2009 |
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February 11, 1990 on televisions all over the world, people watched Nelson Mandela walk out of prison. Four years later he was President of South Africa. Mandela had spent more than twenty-six long years in prison, struggling for the freedom of his country. How did the struggle begin? What was he fighting for and why did he go to prison? Through the story of his life we can find out how Nelson Mandela came to be one of the great political leaders of our time.

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