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If we turn the late South African leader into a nonthreatening moral icon, we’ll forget a key lesson from his life: America isn’t always a force for freedom.
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The world mourns the death of the South African leader, who symbolized an era of great hope, when equality and justice seemed possible.
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The extraordinary life of the man who liberated South Africa—and then kept the country from falling apart.
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He will be forever linked with the abolition of Apartheid, but he was also a friend of such villains as Gaddafi and Castro. We need to accept his shortcomings to truly fathom his acc...
At home in Johannesburg.
'He now belongs to the ages.'
It confused Mandela with MLK.
Ronnie Smith, 33, shot while jogging.
White House admits the president knew his relative.
For a $15 minimum wage.
Times and Bloomberg reporters face ejection.
By suicide bomber and shooter.
Amnesty International reveals images.
In drug cases, according to report.