"An astonishing tale of the defendants' personal courage...Tactics, skill, strategy, diplomacy and legal maneuver pervade Saving Nelson Mandela. Still, bold, breathtaking human bravery swamps all. I'm guessing Professor Broun wouldn't have it any other way. --Charlotte News and Observer
"A taut, intelligent analysis of a dramatic turning point in South African and, indeed, world history." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Kenneth Broun does justice indeed to one of the most celebrated political trials of the 20th century...the result is not only a gripping story but a work of profound scholarship, sensitivity, and empathy." --Mark Gevisser, author of A Legacy of Liberation
"Part history, part sociology, part engrossing legal drama, this important book recounts a seminal moment in South Africa's history." --Penelope Andrews, City University of New York School of Law
About the Author
Kenneth S. Broun is the Henry Brandis Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of North Carolina Law School. Since 1986, he has traveled regularly to South Africa to conduct programs in trial advocacy training through the Black Lawyers Association of South Africa.