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Nelson Mandela Speaks: Forging Democratic Nonracial South Africa (英語) ハードカバー – 1993/11


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  • ハードカバー: 296ページ
  • 出版社: Pathfinder Pr (1993/11)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0873487753
  • ISBN-13: 978-0873487757
  • 発売日: 1993/11
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 21.8 x 14.4 x 2.6 cm
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Moderate Mandela 2013/12/21
投稿者 Ashtar Command - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック
"Nelson Mandela Speaks" was published in 1993 by Pathfinder, a Marxist publisher associated with the small Socialist Workers' Party in the United States. De facto, the book seems to be the result of a close collaboration between the ANC and Pathfinder. It contains speeches and written declarations by Mandela from the crucial period 1990-1993, when the ANC and is allies were involved in a complex process of negotiations with and massive protests against the apartheid regime of South Africa. Some of the speeches were transcribed from tape recordings made by Steve Clark, Pathfinder's editor. Most, however, have been published elsewhere.

The volume starts off with Mandela's classical speech after being released from prison, "Now is the time to intensify the struggle", which contains the lines: "I stand here before you not as a prophet but as a humble servant of you, the people". Otherwise, Mandela's speeches are surprisingly free from rhetorical flourish. They are concise, clear and too the point. The only exception (ironically) is Mandela's speech to the United States Congress in 1990. How many congressmen understood that the speech contained an allusion to Shakespeare's "Cymbeline"? How many could even place South Africa on a world map?

Mandela's drift to the "right" can be seen in several of the speeches. He often criticizes the PAC, a competing and more radical group. Both the ANC and the PAC were recognized by the Organization of African Unity (forerunner of the African Union). Mandela acknowledges that radicals within the ANC oppose negotiations with the apartheid regime, a position he rejects. He no longer calls for nationalizations, and has obvious problems explaining how a "government of national unity" or a "two-thirds majority" can be squared with consistent democracy and majority rule. On other issues, Mandela is intransigent and refuses to compromise. He reaffirms ANC's alliance with the South African Communist Party (SACP), visits Cuba and commends the Soviet Union for offering assistance to the ANC. He also believes that the armed struggle waged by ANC's armed wing "Umkhonto we Sizwe" was correct and necessary. Above all, he demands that the Western powers continue with their sanctions (or impose such) on the apartheid regime, unless a real negotiated settlement is reached.

"Nelson Mandela Speaks" seems to be a relatively good collection of speeches from the ANC leader, and I therefore give it five stars. The Socialist Workers' Party chose not to include their own specific analyses, letting Mandela speak for himself. Those interested in the SWP's view should consult Jack Barnes' article "The coming revolution in South Africa", in New International no 5, although it feels somewhat dated today (see my review elsewhere).
5つ星のうち 5.0 Nelson Mandela: Speeches, Writings, and Interviews, 1990-93 2013/12/27
投稿者 Marc Lichtman - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック
This book takes up where The Struggle Is My Life leaves off, with only one duplication. It shows how negotiations were carried out in the midst of an intensification of the struggle, with Mandela speaking at mass demonstrations in South Africa, as well as around the world, gaining new support for the anti-apartheid struggle. It includes speeches Mandela gave in the US; in Harlem, before Congress, and at an NAACP Convention. Besides the US, Mandela went to Cuba, and his speech there thanking Fidel Castro and the Cuban people for the role they played in Angola, which opened up the possibility of ending apartheid is included. It includes his public responses to de Klerk when the violence escalated; his address to the National Union of Mineworkers; his responses to the murder of Chris Hani, and much more.

All this is very important, since the movie version of Long Walk to Freedom makes it look like the negotiations and the mass movement were counterposed to each other. This is part of trying to turn Mandela into a "man of peace"; of course he hated violence, but the ANC used what force it had at its command to press forward the struggle.

See also: How Far We Slaves Have Come! South Africa and Cuba in Today's World; Cuba and Angola: Fighting for Africa's Freedom and Our Own; Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela; The Coming Revolution in South Africa (New International no. 5).
5つ星のうち 5.0 A man who led a great revolution 2006/6/27
投稿者 Tony Thomas - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック
To many the apartheid regime equiped with nuclear weapons, a fierce police force, and all the financial and political suppoort Washington, London, Israel, and the other imperial powers could provide seemed invincible in its war against the peoples of Southern AFrica and its own Black majority. Nelson Mandela, in prison for decades, led the revolution that under the blows of independence struggles throughout southern Africa spurred by the Cuban and Angolan armies' routing of the South Africans, freed South Africa.

These are not just speeches about injustice or racism. These are speeches about mobilizing for the struggle, drawing the masses into that struggle, and delinating the program of a unified non-racial South Africa that made this revolution. Read them.

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