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Speaking together in Cuba in 1991, Mandela and Castro discuss the place in the history of Africa of Cuba and Angola’s victory over the invading U.S.-backed South African army, and the resulting acceleration of the fight to bring down the racist apartheid system.
“The speeches are both tributes to the Cuban people for their internationalist aid to the anti-apartheid struggle and to the vanguard role of the African National Congress and, at the distance of almost two decades, Mandela’s speech has shown great staying power.” [Annotation ©2010 Book News Inc. Portland, OR] — Book News
This book is part of a series, The Cuban Revolution in World Politics
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Preface by Mary-Alice Waters, 8-page photo section and other photos, notes, key dates, index. Now with enlarged type.