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"Essential reading for anyone who wants to understand history – and then go out and change it." –President Barack Obama
 
Nelson Mandela was one of the great moral and political leaders of his time: an international hero whose lifelong dedication to the fight against racial oppression in South Africa won him the Nobel Peace Prize and the presidency of his country. After his triumphant release in 1990 from more than a quarter-century of imprisonment, Mandela was at the center of the most compelling and inspiring political drama in the world. As president of the African National Congress and head of South Africa''s antiapartheid movement, he was instrumental in moving the nation toward multiracial government and majority rule. He is still revered everywhere as a vital force in the fight for human rights and racial equality.

Long Walk to Freedom is his moving and exhilarating autobiography, destined to take its place among the finest memoirs of history''s greatest figures. Here for the first time, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela told the extraordinary story of his life -- an epic of struggle, setback, renewed hope, and ultimate triumph.
 
The book that inspired the major motion picture Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

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The famously taciturn South African president reveals much of himself in Long Walk to Freedom. A good deal of this autobiography was written secretly while Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years on Robben Island by South Africa''s apartheid regime. Among the book''s interesting revelations is Mandela''s ambivalence toward his lifetime of devotion to public works. It cost him two marriages and kept him distant from a family life he might otherwise have cherished. Long Walk to Freedom also discloses a strong and generous spirit that refused to be broken under the most trying circumstances--a spirit in which just about everybody can find something to admire.

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Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and the first democratically elected president of South Africa, Mandela began his autobiography during the course of his 27 years in prison.
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"Irresistible...One of the few political autobiographies that''s also a page-turner."― Los Angeles Times Book Review

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Nelson Mandela is one of the great moral and political leaders of our time: an international hero whose lifelong dedication to the fight against racial oppression in South Africa won him the Nobel Peace Prize and the presidency of his country. Since his triumphant release in 1990 from more than a quarter-century of imprisonment, Mandela has been at the center of the most compelling and inspiring political drama in the world. As president of the African National Congress and head of South Africa''s anti-apartheid movement, he was instrumental in moving the nation toward multiracial government and majority rule. He is revered everywhere as a vital force in the fight for human rights and racial equality. The foster son of a Thembu chief, Mandela was raised in the traditional, tribal culture of his ancestors, but at an early age learned the modern, inescapable reality of what came to be called apartheid, one of the most powerful and effective systems of oppression ever conceived. In classically elegant and engrossing prose, he tells of his early years as an impoverished student and law clerk in Johannesburg, of his slow political awakening, and of his pivotal role in the rebirth of a stagnant ANC and the formation of its Youth League in the 1950s. He describes the struggle to reconcile his political activity with his devotion to his family, the anguished breakup of his first marriage, and the painful separations from his children. He brings vividly to life the escalating political warfare in the fifties between the ANC and the government, culminating in his dramatic escapades as an underground leader and the notorious Rivonia Trial of 1964, at which he was sentenced to life imprisonment. Herecounts the surprisingly eventful twenty-seven years in prison and the complex, delicate negotiations that led both to his freedom and to the beginning of the end of apartheid. Finally he provides the ultimate inside account of the unforgettable events since his release that produced at last a free, multiracial democracy in South Africa. To millions of people around the world, Nelson Mandela stands, as no other living figure does, for the triumph of dignity and hope over despair and hatred, of self-discipline and love over persecution and evil.

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Tom
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Even better than I knew it would be!
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2016
I can''t fully express in words what this books means to me. I put off reading it for years. Mr. Mandela was released from prison in my college years and so I knew who he was, and what he accomplished on a very surface level. I always knew I wanted to know his life'';s... See more
I can''t fully express in words what this books means to me. I put off reading it for years. Mr. Mandela was released from prison in my college years and so I knew who he was, and what he accomplished on a very surface level. I always knew I wanted to know his life'';s story on a deeper level.

The writing is forceful, and beautiful and honest. I received inspiration, education and amazement from reading this book.

Again, I can''t truly do this autobiography justice in a review. If you have EVER had any inclination or interest in reading this? Trust me! It is better than you thought it could be.

Let me end by saying that the best way I can describe this book is that after reading it, it made me determined to be a better person!
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Interesting Autobiography
Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2019
I find it difficult to rate autobiographies, as it feels a bit like you''re determining a life''s worth, so I''ll try to stick with what I felt did and didn''t work in the writing. Most people are familiar with Mandela and how he went from political prisoner to... See more
I find it difficult to rate autobiographies, as it feels a bit like you''re determining a life''s worth, so I''ll try to stick with what I felt did and didn''t work in the writing.

Most people are familiar with Mandela and how he went from political prisoner to president of South Africa, but here is the story in his own words.

I felt that while overall the narrative followed an A-to-B path, there were places where it seemed to drag. The beginning was dry as it dealt with histories of different tribes and Mandela''s own inauspicious early childhood. There were times he described meeting people for the first time, and went into in-depth descriptions of where they attended school and what degrees they had. I can only assume he did this to show that the other men involved in the struggle against apartheid were educated men, not "commoners," but it felt forced and inauthentic.

Imagine writing your own autobiography and including a passage like this: "It was the 17th of April, 2006 at a party in the house of Jim Jennings whose parents were out of town on a diplomatic trip. Jim, a political science major introduced me to Ernie Bale, who held a B.A. in Russian history and was into artisan goat cheese. Ernie, in turn, introduced me to Calvin Winters and George Galvez. Calvin was a neurosurgeon who also held a masters in journalism and spoke 12 languages, and George was a college professor who taught art history and collected the toenail clippings of 15th century Indian princesses."

It just doesn''t flow.

What did work, and was thoroughly chilling considering the current political climate in the USA, was the description of how the government of middle-aged white men sought to retain positions of power by enforcing segregation of and sowing discord among non-white families. Mandela''s sense of injustice and his fight for freedom and equality for people of all skin hues was inspiring. Frankly, I don''t know if I would have the same rigid sense of ideals if keeping them kept me away from wife and family for a quarter century.

For all that it contained, also notable was the lack of inclusion of some of Winnie''s involvement in less-than-savory activities. I was looking forward to reading about this, but Mandela glossed it over without detailed description, and attributed it to her basically "falling in with a bad crowd." It is possible to love someone while acknowledging their faults, but here they seem to be ignored in favor of, "She was my wife and stood by me while I was imprisoned, so how can I not support her in turn?"

Overall, it was a good read, and I''m not sorry I read it, but it could have benefited by better editing and having fewer information dumps.

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Should be required reading at all schools!
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2017
This was incredible! This book shed so much insight on Mandela''s thoughts and his reasonable outlook throughout his life that I gained an enormous respect for him and his cause. I''ve been really in the dark about racial prejudice- maybe because I wanted to stay ignorant to... See more
This was incredible! This book shed so much insight on Mandela''s thoughts and his reasonable outlook throughout his life that I gained an enormous respect for him and his cause. I''ve been really in the dark about racial prejudice- maybe because I wanted to stay ignorant to something I cannot understand nor fathom. We have come so far in triumph against these injustices of humanity, though if not enough of us are paying attention then we are doomed to repeat history. This is one of the top most inspirational books of all time. Powerful in forgiveness and progressive! The school system needs to throw out the boring, pointless books of the past and introduce ones of more depth- thought provoking. If children of today were taught to reason as Mandela did in this book, can one imagine what powerful leaders we would have tomorrow? A must read!
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My Hero:- President Nelson Mandela
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2014
I am a white South Aftican who grew up in the apartheid era of South Africa. As with most of the white peers of my age I didn''t know what apartheid really meant. I had also never heard the name Mandela until I went to university in 1980. A student came up to me carrying a... See more
I am a white South Aftican who grew up in the apartheid era of South Africa. As with most of the white peers of my age I didn''t know what apartheid really meant. I had also never heard the name Mandela until I went to university in 1980. A student came up to me carrying a petition in his hand and asked me to sign it. It was to free Nelson Mandela. This student told me a little about the history behind Mandela''s imprisonment. I was young, obviously impressionable, but most of all I was outraged! I signed the petition and went home. When my relatively liberal parents heard what I had done they were very upset, and worried, as at that time any type of support for the ANC, and of course Mandela, was illegal. Growing up in the 60''s in a country which was rife with the propoganda that the government wanted us to hear, and believe,I didn''t know much about how the majority of my country lived, nor how badly they were treated.
Many years later, when I worked in the medical field, I was very privileged to get the opportunity to personally meet the president. I took my hardcover edition of "The Long Walk to Freedom" with me and asked him to autograph it, which he did with extreme grace. Years later I read the very same book from cover to cover which he had signed. The book is long, and at that stage in my life I couldn''t take it all in. Now that Mandela has passed I decided to get the kindle version, as I didn''t want to risk ruining my precious signed edition. The second time around I am enjoying it even more. His voice rings in my ears as I read his words, and I can see him clearly in front of me. What an incredible man he was. The way in which he comes across in his book is the exact person that I met in 1994. I think that anyone who has heard the name Mandela, whether they are South African or not, and who feels they want to know this exceptional man a little better and know what true humility is should definitely read this book.
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A Look Into the Mind of a Seminal Figure of the 20th Century
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2020
I rarely read autobiographies, preferring biographies written by professional historians and writers. While many such professionals naturally fall into hagiography when presenting their subjects, they are certainly more objective and have the benefit if hindsight and... See more
I rarely read autobiographies, preferring biographies written by professional historians and writers. While many such professionals naturally fall into hagiography when presenting their subjects, they are certainly more objective and have the benefit if hindsight and historical relevance to fall back on.

That having been said, I have read “memoirs” from time to time, but like to follow up with a biography if I want to get a bigger picture or more objective presentation of the subject. In this case, while I have already ordered a work on the history of South Africa, this autobiography of Nelson Mandela should suffice to tell me what I need to know about his life and the struggles he faced.

The problem with many autobiographies, at least the ones not “ghostwritten” by others, is that the author is not a professional writer, and even a good editor can only do so much. This is clearly Mandela’s work, and while perhaps not pristinely polished, is certainly well written, and authenticity is important, especially in a case such as Mandela’s. I’m certain that others might paint certain aspects of his struggle differently, I doubt that there is any dishonesty, and even the barest amount of hyperbole contained in this presentation.

Most of what is contained in the work is very personal to Mandela, both with respect to the time frame involved, as well as the geography of the struggle, hence my desire to get a longer historical viewpoint and a “bigger picture” look at the fight against apartheid, but I certainly recommend this work for the view it gives into the mind of one of the seminal individuals of the 20th century.
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An Inspiration
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2018
Mandela is quite literally The Man. This book describes in as much detail as possible for a single book all of the trials and tribulations that Nelson Mandela endured personally and publicly. It shows that he is a human who makes mistakes; he is no different from the rest... See more
Mandela is quite literally The Man. This book describes in as much detail as possible for a single book all of the trials and tribulations that Nelson Mandela endured personally and publicly. It shows that he is a human who makes mistakes; he is no different from the rest of us. It describes his enthusiasm and motivation in doing what is right for his people, his home, his community, his country. It details how much Mandela personally endured for a cause greater than himself, for his people, for justice. His peaceful and intellectual approach to all matters (after the learnings of his wild and sometimes aggressive youth) is what allowed him to calmly discuss differences, appeal to others, teach himself law and represent himself in court, aid in the overturn of apartheid, have hope in a future for himself and those who had been victimized in South Africa, survive unjust prison confinement, motivate others when times were bleak, and become president of South Africa.
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A Life Worth Living, A Story Worth Knowing
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2014
Rolihlahla Madiba Mandela was given the name "Nelson" on his first day in a missionary school because his parents had not given him a English name. I doubt sincerely that his teacher even thought about learning to pronounce his birth name because, to an English missionary,... See more
Rolihlahla Madiba Mandela was given the name "Nelson" on his first day in a missionary school because his parents had not given him a English name. I doubt sincerely that his teacher even thought about learning to pronounce his birth name because, to an English missionary, everything about Africa would have been backward. As most people know, he was born into the royal family of the Thembu people of the !Xhosa nation, a peaceful people with a long history, although not into the ruling family. He was given a good education because he would be expected to the the King''s chief advisor.

As it came to pass, he was never able to fulfill the destiny his family had planned for him because he went on to become, first a freedom fighter, a leader of the African National Congress, a felon and prisoner, one of the men who was most influential in creating the "Rainbow nation" of South Africa, and finally one of the most admired men in the modern world.

In this, his autobiography, Madiba (his clan name, used as a sign of great respect) tried to explain how all of this happened. He discusses his motivations, education, loves, travels, and political ambitions in detail.

I am astounded by this man. He owns his mistakes and failures as readily as his successes. He was unable to surrender his ideals or self respect unless he found something of more value to his people, but he also insisted on treating everyone he met with the same level of respect and courtesy no matter that person''s age, sex or station.

Because of him and the other leaders of the South African fight for equal rights, that nation had a peaceful transition from a racist white minority government to a democratic republic where everyone was to be equal under the law. Instead of punishment for crimes committed by the white minority or answered violently be the non-white majority, a board of inquiry investigated, reconciled, and helped people forgive and begin to move forward.

This great man died on December 5 2013. The world mourned. Because of how deeply he has affected me I have promised him that I will purge the racism I still occasionally trip over in my life. I will further endeavor to treat all people with respect, humor, and good-will. May his face be locked in each person''s mind''s eye to remind them of how much work is still to be done so that every one is treated in accordance with the Freedom Charter.
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Great life story
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2015
It was very fascinating to read about the life of a great personality. He was born in a small village in rural South Africa, his father passed away when he was a small child,and he was brought up by his uncle-who was a tribal chief. As a child he went to the best schools a... See more
It was very fascinating to read about the life of a great personality. He was born in a small village in rural South Africa, his father passed away when he was a small child,and he was brought up by his uncle-who was a tribal chief. As a child he went to the best schools a black man could go to. He valued educations, but mentions how society and the education system were wrought with white supremacy.
He runs away from home along with his cousin to avoid getting married to someone he didn''t like, he carries a gun along with him and is apprehended by the police but manages to convince them to release him. In the city he takes up small jobs to make ends meet and pursues his law studies through correspondence. While working as a clerk in a law firm he is introduced to the ideals and principles of the ANC-African National Congress. He gets increasingly involved with the ANC and becomes an important member of it.
He writes how oppressive apartheid was-black people lived in ghettos and needed passes to commute any where. But he also mentions his own mistakes- how he used to get carried away when he used to give speeches and argue cases.
In the freedom struggle when they try everything and nothing works against the white government they decide to start a militant organisation. Mandela acknowledges that he was part of the decision making process;he expresses surprise when he is conferred the Nobel Prize because he had started a militant organisation. He goes on a world tour collecting funds. He comes back and is in hiding when he is caught by the police.He is sentenced to life imprisonment.
In the prison also there is discrimination between indian prisoners and black prisoners. In jail he is offered shorts to wear-because blacks were considered boys-but refuses to wear them, so the prison guards give him a choice to wear shorts or undergo solitary confinement for a few days. He chooses solitary confinement but after a few days he pleads with the security guards to let him out. It is fascinating how even in prison there are liberal jailers too. He develops an interest in gardening and pursues his education from prison.He mentions how while he was severely tested he too questioned his own choice of joining the freedom struggle.
There are certain thinks in his life you can relate to-like the mistakes he has made or the challenges he has faced-and can take solace and confidence from the fact that everybody faces them in life. But there are qualities in him-like the fact that he had the confidence to disagrees with Gandhi regarding the form of freedom struggle and choose to start a militant organisation, even when he hadn''t been acknowledged as a great leader and could have been branded a terrorist; having the will power to believe in a cause for so long; having the courage to be honest about his life-which I can''t relate to. I think this is what makes him great in my eyes and he is an inspiration to me.
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Fraser Watson
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Yes, a must read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 6, 2019
I bought this book to find out more about Nelson Mandela, apart from the news reports and the usual hyperbole, I knew next to nothing about his life. An excellent and ‘easy’ read, you can hear his voice and see his face as you read, honest with the confidence of someone who...See more
I bought this book to find out more about Nelson Mandela, apart from the news reports and the usual hyperbole, I knew next to nothing about his life. An excellent and ‘easy’ read, you can hear his voice and see his face as you read, honest with the confidence of someone who knew he was on the ‘right side of history’. He communicates easily with genuine compassion. The middle part of the book, his time in prison, is written with complete authenticity and such vivid clarity, virtually every paragraph makes you take a breath. You read how he kept his dignity, integrity and above all his humanity in the fight against a racist police state. He comes across as very stubborn, educated, tough and articulate but above all a humanitarian, something other ‘freedom fighters’ could learn from. A long read but highly recommended.
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An essential read of an extraordinary man
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, 2016
I have only just started reading this book, it is a very detailed work and as such demands and deserves full concentration. Having now learnt about Mr Mandela''s childhood and the struggle of life under apartheid, it seems unbelievable that he would rise to become the leader...See more
I have only just started reading this book, it is a very detailed work and as such demands and deserves full concentration. Having now learnt about Mr Mandela''s childhood and the struggle of life under apartheid, it seems unbelievable that he would rise to become the leader of his country. It is a truly personal story of endurance and courage and I look forward to reading more, when tolerance and forgiveness will, I am sure, be delivered in this unique life-story. This brilliant riveting memoir has given me an enthusiasm for a book that I have not had in a very long time. Highly recommended.
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A must read!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 27, 2012
In the wild animals kill each other for meat, only because they are hungry! They very rarely kill out of spitefulness! But man, the atrocities man inflicts on his own kind are just unbelievable! The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to...See more
In the wild animals kill each other for meat, only because they are hungry! They very rarely kill out of spitefulness! But man, the atrocities man inflicts on his own kind are just unbelievable! The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to the other creatures; but the fact that he can do so much wrong proves his moral inferiority to any creature that cannot! Of all the animals, man is the only one that is cruel. He is the only one that inflicts pain for the pleasure of doing it... needless to say that Mandela, a black man in his own country, in his own continent was put to prison for 27yrs by a white man! However the book shows how smart and highly intellectual Mandela was, he enjoyed reading, studying and finding out things even as a young man, and that''s probably what kept him ''''occupied'''' in that tiny little cell on Robben Island. Haile Selassie said in his speech at the UN on 6th October 1963: ''''That until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned: That until there are no longer first-class and second class citizens of any nation; That until the colour of a man''s skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes; That until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race; That until that day, the dream of lasting peace and world citizenship and the rule of international morality will remain but a fleeting illusion, to be pursued but never attained; And until the ignoble and unhappy regimes that hold our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique and in South Africa in subhuman bondage have been toppled and destroyed; Until bigotry and prejudice and malicious and inhuman self-interest have been replaced by understanding and tolerance and good-will; Until all Africans stand and speak as free beings, equal in the eyes of all men, as they are in the eyes of Heaven; Until that day, the African continent will not know peace. We Africans will fight, if necessary, and we know that we shall win, as we are confident in the victory of good over evil'''' Long LIVE Madiba, LONG LIVE!
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 30, 2021
Very interesting, both the insight into the tribal system - very civilised in its own way - and the fact that he bucked the system when the chief tried to marry him off. Headstrong & not afraid to lie to get his own way. Associated with, if at first not a member, the ANC...See more
Very interesting, both the insight into the tribal system - very civilised in its own way - and the fact that he bucked the system when the chief tried to marry him off. Headstrong & not afraid to lie to get his own way. Associated with, if at first not a member, the ANC from very early days and prominent in its struggles once a member. A fascinating read, warts & all.
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Great book but sometimes hard to follow
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 28, 2021
Mandela has an extremely interesting life story, and it is a great read. However, it is hard to keep up with sometimes. So many different names thrown in all the time! I kept forgetting who was who and what was what!
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