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Mandela's Way Hardcover – April 1, 2010
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"If we are to accomplish anything in this world, it will in equal measure be due to the work and achievements of others. Richard Stengel is one of those people who readily grasps this idea ... He has shown remarkable insight into the many complex leadership challenges still facing the world today and all the individuals in it. Everyone can learn from it." * Nelson Mandela * "A beautiful book - even better than A Long Walk to Freedom - and even more inspiring." * Sir Richard Branson * "The most insightful explanation yet of what has become known as the "Mandela magic"." * Financial Times * "There is no man I admire more than Nelson Mandela. Rick Stengel's wise and moving book captures the Nelson Mandela I have been privileged to know ... I was inspired anew, and I know others will be too" * Bill Clinton * --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Richard Stengel is the former editor of TIME. He collaborated with Nelson Mandela on his bestselling 1993 autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, and later served as coproducer of the 1996 Oscar-nominated documentary Mandela. He is also the author of January Sun: One Day, Three Lives, a South African Town. Stengel is married to Mary Pfaff and they have two sons. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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“Nelson Mandela is a man of principle - exactly one: Equal rights for all, regardless of race, class, or gender.” p.103