Title: History Of Aparthied As It Refers To Cry The Beloved Country

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Subject: Speeches
Author: Carmen H
Date: January 4, 2016
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He also never let his own success come before his leadership role to his country (Dugard). One of the reasons he was such a leader was because he never held himself to a higher status then any of his loyal followers who believed in him so dearly. In his speeches he commended everyone else, before giving himself one ounce of praise (South Africa Index)...

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The novel also had a savior of sorts, in the form of the agricultural spectator, who came in and took charge. He taught the Afrikaners how to cultivate and mass-produce crops so that they have a way to support themselves. With him came a sense of hope, which is just what Mandela brought to the South Africans in their severe time of need (US Congress 1996)...

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