Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela
Benchmark Education Company, Jan 1, 2011
Mahatma Gandhi, forced to live under British rule, was determined to organize his countrymen and work for India's independence. Would he achieve his goal? Nelson Mandela lived most of his life under apartheid—a segregated society. Not even imprisonment could destroy his belief in the equality of all South Africans. What was his struggle like? Read these biographies to find out.
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