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Nelson Mandela. The best, most provocative and inspiring quotes
A kind smile, incomparable humanity and great words of wisdom, this is how we remember Nelson Mandela. Here are his top quotes.
1. From Nelson Mandela‘s autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom (1995)
2. After spending 27 years in prison
3. At a speech in London’s Trafalgar Square on the 3rd of February 2005
4. Universal freedom can’t coexist with inequality
5. Critical of the United States, which he called a threat to peace
6. Nelson Mandela spent time in Pollsmoor and Robben Island prisons
7. A man of infinite wisdom
8. From Long Walk to Freedom
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