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Footsoldier for Freedom: A life in South Africa's Liberation Movement

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Rica Hodgson was banned, detained, house arrested and exiled by the apartheid government. After 27 years in exile she returned to South Africa to become Walter Sisulu’s secretary and to assist Nelson Mandela with projects close to his heart.

In FOOT SOLDIER FOR FREEDOM Rica traces her evolution from relative white privilege as a child of emigrant Jews to her entry into the
Mass Market Paperback, 273 pages
Published July 2010 by Picador Africa (first published 2010)
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Stephen Hayes
Aug 08, 2010 marked it as to-read
No, this isn't a review yet, because I haven't read the book. It's only just been published , and what i caught was an interview with the author Rita Hodgson on the books programme on SAFM radio.
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