Leadership and power in Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom

@article{Read2010LeadershipAP,
  title={Leadership and power in Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom},
  author={J. Read},
  journal={Journal of Power},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={317 - 339}
}
  • J. Read
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Power
Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom analyzes the racial power conflict in South Africa, and Mandela’s own role as a leader in that struggle. Mandela saw the conflict in variable‐sum, not zero‐sum terms: it was in all sides’ interest to avoid civil war, but without risk‐taking leadership civil war was the likely outcome. Mandela employed several of the strategies for resolving variable‐sum (‘mixed‐motive’) conflict described in Thomas Schelling’s The Strategy of Conflict, including rendering… Expand
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