Retracing Nelson Mandela through the Lineage of Black Political Thought: from Walter Rubusana to Steve Biko

@article{Mangcu2013RetracingNM,
  title={Retracing Nelson Mandela through the Lineage of Black Political Thought: from Walter Rubusana to Steve Biko},
  author={Xolela Mangcu},
  journal={Transition},
  year={2013},
  volume={112},
  pages={101 - 116}
}
There are heroes that history remembers and records, and there are others that pass through the gates of time quietly and without much fuss. Xolela Mangcu asks us to re-examine the public narrative that surrounds political history—and esteem South Africa's unsung heroes. 
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