By Michael A. Reid, Zaire Reid
A quick stroll in a protracted trip is a narrative approximately an American election observer's adventure within the 1994 South African election. This election marked the start of democracy in South Africa with the election of Nelson Mandela as president. a quick stroll in a protracted trip is a non-fictional narrative, rewritten 19 years later depending upon the copious notes taken in the course of the experience and bright stories. There are a number of climatic issues within the tale and the ultimate part is an research of latest South Africa, mostly established upon learn performed through Goldman Sachs and UBS. The identify is a connection with Mandela's autobiography, lengthy stroll to Freedom.
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