9780873487740

Nelson Mandela Speaks

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  • ISBN13:

    9780873487740

  • ISBN10:

    0873487745

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1993-10-01
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Pr

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Summary

The president of the African National Congress charts a course to lead the national, democratic revolution in South Africa to a successful conclusion.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 9
Nelson Mandelap. 16
List of initialsp. 17
Chronologyp. 18
Now is the time to intensify the struggle: Speech in Cape Town following release from prison February 11, 1990p. 23
Our struggle is against all forms of racism: Speech in Harlem, New York, June 21, 1990p. 29
Peace will not come to our country until apartheid is ended: Address to U.S. Congress, June 26, 1990p. 35
We cannot afford to stand divided: Address to Organization of African Unity, Kampala, Uganda September 8, 1990p. 44
The women's movement must play a central role: Speech to ANC Constitutional Committee Workshop November 1990p. 48
The oppressed and exploited must lead South Africa out of apartheid: Keynote address to ANC Consultative Conference December 14, 1990p. 53
Our strategy is determined by objective reality: Closing speech to ANC Consultative Conference December 16, 1990p. 68
Building a political culture that entrenches political tolerance: Speech to Johannesburg Press Club, February 22, 1991p. 75
The violence has assumed a more organized and systematic character: Open letter to President de Klerk, April 5, 1991p. 85
It is your sweat and blood that has created the wealth of South Africa: Address to National Union of Mineworkers, April 27, 1991p. 92
Our struggle has changed the balance of forces: Opening address to ANC National Conference, July 2, 1991p. 99
We will ensure that the poor and rightless will rule the land of their birth: Speech to rally in Cuba, July 26, 1991p. 118
The oppressed will be and must be their own liberators: Address to conference of Umkhonto we Sizwe August 9, 1991p. 129
Codesa is the fruit of sacrifice and struggle: Address at opening session of Convention for a Democratic South Africa, December 20, 1991p. 146
The National Party and the government talk peace while conducting a war: Speech in reply to de Klerk, December 20, 1991p. 153
We must all march together: Message to the Jewish community, April 13, 1992p. 159
An interim government is essential: Speech at Institute of Foreign Policy, Sweden May 20, 1992p. 161
We are prepared to take responsibility for governing and reconstructing South Africa: Address to ANC policy conference, May 28, 1992p. 166
The National Party regime is killing our people: Speech to residents of Boipatong, June 21, 1992p. 174
For a democratically elected and sovereign constituent assembly: Letter to President de Klerk, July 9, 1992p. 180
A cold-blooded strategy of state terrorism: Address to United Nations Security Council July 15, 1992p. 188
A decisive blow for peace and democracy: Speech to demonstration at Union Buildings, Pretoria August 5, 1992p. 199
We must pull South Africa out from the morass: Interview with 'Johannesburg Star,' published September 15, 1992p. 204
1993 can be a year of decisive achievements: Interview with 'Mayibuye,' published February 1993p. 211
We are on the eve of great changes: Speech at International Solidarity Conference, Johannesburg February 20, 1993p. 217
We have come to this region to start a peace campaign: Visit to Natal, March 12-14, 1993p. 219
When we act together, with discipline and determination, nothing can stop us: Address to the nation following Chris Hani's assassination April 13, 1993p. 235
Apartheid must not be reformed; it must be uprooted in its entirety: Speech at funeral of Chris Hani, April 19, 1993p. 238
We must act together to give birth to a new South Africa: Speech to members of British Parliament, May 5, 1993p. 247
A landmark decision: Interview with 'Time' magazine, published June 14, 1993p. 257
New tasks on our common agenda: Speech to NAACP convention, Indianapolis, July 10, 1993p. 261
Notesp. 269
Glossaryp. 281
Indexp. 287
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