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Playing the Enemy by John Carlin

Playing the Enemy

Description : Documents the anti-apartheid advocate's ten-year effort to unite his country, during which he worked with proponents of apartheid from his jail cell, won the presidency, and helped South Africa's national rugby team host the World Cup as part of a unifying campaign.

Subtitle : Nelson Mandela and the Game that Made a Nation

Authors : John Carlin

Published Date : 2008

Publisher : Penguin

ISBN : 1594201749

Page : 274 Pages

Categories : History

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