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'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 5: Democracy

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'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 5: Democracy

'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 5: Democracy

'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 5: Democracy

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The final part of Joe Richman and Sue Johnson's series "Mandela: An Audio History" chronicles the years between Mandela's release from 27 years of imprisonment and South Africa's first multi-racial election. That election resulted in Mandela's becoming the nation's first black president.

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