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Voices of Liberation: Volume 1: Albert…

Voices of Liberation: Volume 1: Albert Luthuli

by G. J. Pillay

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The first in a two-part series, this powerful book provides insight into the personality and mind of one of South Africa's first Nobel Prize winners. Luthuli was a man with a vision - a vision that encompassed people of all races and beliefs in southern Africa. A short biography introduces the reader to the life and times of Luthuli. The second part consists of a collection of speeches and writings by him. A particular highlight of this section is a transcript of Luthuli's questioning at the Rivonia Trial.

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