Nelson Mandela

In this paper, I will argue that the segregation in Apartheid and the gender segregation were what helped lead South Africa into a more successful country. Without the obstacles holding back Nelson Mandela, he would have never gotten as far as he did. That man was a role model for all blacks, spreading hope across the country. The racial and gender segregations were forceful, but they are what improved the country overall.
Nelson Mandela was a very respectable man who had a challenging journey on his route to success. Although his father was a chief which should have made it easier to gain political power, Nelson earned everything he worked for on his own. Nelson wanted to change ...

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end racial segregation. Living in this time period was very crucial on the blacks. The racial segregation was unjust, and it made tasks that normally weren't a great deal, into something impossible. He was arrested by the apartheid government, concluding his attempt to change the society. When he was in prison, news about Mandela quickly spread. When the apartheid was lifted, he was released from prison after being there for twenty seven years. Everyone knew of him, and wanted Nelson to rule over South Africa. The higher political powers were shocked by this news, refusing to believe that the people would actually desire a black man in the congress. After Mandela was released from jail, he became the president in the next election, which was the first democratic election of South Africa after the anti-apartheid government. Since he was only part of the African National Congress, he was not in control of what happened with the money of South Africa. When he claimed he ...

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Added: 4/29/2013 08:42:30 PM
Submitted By: kelsaysween
Category: Biographies
Type: Premium Paper
Words: 1176
Pages: 5

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