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South African Democracy, Part 2: Mandela's Arrest

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South African Democracy, Part 2: Mandela's Arrest

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South African Democracy, Part 2: Mandela's Arrest

South African Democracy, Part 2: Mandela's Arrest

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In the 1950's and 1960's, South Africa's National Party developed apartheid into an increasingly repressive political philosophy. The African National Congress was forced underground. Part Two of Joe Richman and Sue Johnson's series "Mandela: An Audio History" recalls the political history of the period, culminating with the arrest, trial and conviction of Nelson Mandela.

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