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Reflections on Mandela’s Legacy

It is the fate of true revolutionaries to die in obscurity, brutalized in prisons, forsaken by their loved ones, ravaged by disease and malnutrition, discredited by senility or madness, rendered irrelevant by time. Those who manage to escape this pitiful end often fall prey to another form of imprisonment, constructed by memory and guarded by cowardice and hypocrisy. Such is ...

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