Running to Maputo

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1990 - Political Science - 215 pages
On April 7, 1988, exiled South African lawyer Albie Sachs was horribly maimed in an assassination attempt inspired by his antiapartheid activities. This is his ddeply moving account of the long struggle to survive and to heal--physically and spirtually.

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In 1988 a car bomb in Maputo shattered the body of white South African anti-apartheid activist Sachs, leaving him half-blind, half-deaf, and with a destroyed right arm. This story is of his return to ... Read full review

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