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Everyone has an opinion about Winnie Mandela, and usually a strong one. She has been adored, feared and hates more than any other women in South African history. But few people know much about the life behind the headlines, myths and soundbites. This biography takes an in-depth and intimate look at Winnie Mandela's personal and political life, and takes the reader on a remarkable journey of understanding.
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This biography provides an inside perspective on, and understanding of, the life of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who has been adored, feared and hated more than any other woman in South African history. The book explores the different aspects of her life: a talented, privileged child; caring wife and mother; and dedicated social worker and selfless political activist. Propelled as a result of circumstances into constant danger, ear-marked for destruction by the ruthless South African security police, imprisoned, tortured, exiled and isolated from human contact and interaction and finally discarded by the very people for whom she had sacrificed a promising career and a normal life.
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Book Description Zebra Press, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111868726622