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Book Title
Mandela and America
Author
New Africa Books
ISBN
9780864867261
Mandela and America is about the long and complex relationship between Nelson Mandela and the United States.On one level, it is about Mandela's visits to the United States and his relationships with Americans from many different walks of life. On another level, the book traces the common understanding of freedom exemplified by the United States and South Africa during the Mandela years. The relationship has not always been a smooth one, but it has deepened over the years, yielding productive results in many fields.Mandela and America celebrates this special relationship. Written by the well-known writer-journalist Charlene Smith, and produced with the co-operation of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the book features over 100 photos, many never before published.About the authorCharlene Smith is a highly respected award-winning writer, television documentary maker, radio broadcaster, media trainer, and marketing and communications consultant. She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Investigative Reporters and Editors Group, and the Authors' Guild. She has written 14 books, including Robben Island, published by Random House Struik. Originally from Johannesburg, she presently lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.Author Charlene SmithISBN 0864867263, 9780864867261Format HardbackPages 142p.

Mandela and America is about the long and complex relationship between Nelson Mandela and the United States.

On one level, it is about Mandela's visits to the United States and his relationships with Americans from many different walks of life. On another level, the book traces the common understanding of freedom exemplified by the United States and South Africa during the Mandela years. The relationship has not always been a smooth one, but it has deepened over the years, yielding productive results in many fields.Mandela and America celebrates this special relationship. Written by the well-known writer-journalist Charlene Smith, and produced with the co-operation of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the book features over 100 photos, many never before published.

About the author
Charlene Smith is a highly respected award-winning writer, television documentary maker, radio broadcaster, media trainer, and marketing and communications consultant. She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Investigative Reporters and Editors Group, and the Authors' Guild. She has written 14 books, including Robben Island, published by Random House Struik. Originally from Johannesburg, she presently lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

Author Charlene Smith
ISBN 0864867263, 9780864867261
Format Hardback
Pages 142p.

Mandela and America is about the long and complex relationship between Nelson Mandela and the United States.

On one level, it is about Mandela's visits to the United States and his relationships with Americans from many different walks of life. On another level, the book traces the common understanding of freedom exemplified by the United States and South Africa during the Mandela years. The relationship has not always been a smooth one, but it has deepened over the years, yielding productive results in many fields.Mandela and America celebrates this special relationship. Written by the well-known writer-journalist Charlene Smith, and produced with the co-operation of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the book features over 100 photos, many never before published.

About the author
Charlene Smith is a highly respected award-winning writer, television documentary maker, radio broadcaster, media trainer, and marketing and communications consultant. She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Investigative Reporters and Editors Group, and the Authors' Guild. She has written 14 books, including Robben Island, published by Random House Struik. Originally from Johannesburg, she presently lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

Author Charlene Smith
ISBN 0864867263, 9780864867261
Format Hardback
Pages 142p.