LIST OF PLATES

1. Mandela, photographed at the age of 19, on his way to Fort Hare, wearing his first suit.

© UWC-Robben Island Museum Mayibuye Archives

2. Walter Sisulu at work in the African National Congress (ANC) office, Johannesburg, mid-1950s.

© Jürgen Schadeberg

3. Nelson Mandela sparring with Jerry Moloi. Despite his later affection for this photograph at the time it was taken, Mandela persuaded Drum's editor not to use it.

© Bob Gosani/Bailey's African History Archives

4. Chief Albert Luthuli and Oliver Tambo arriving at Pretoria station, 1959. Luthuli is wearing ANC khaki drill with a 'Nehru' cap, generally favoured by Natal Indian Congress leaders. On his left he is being accompanied by a Freedom Volunteer.

© Alf Kumalo/Bailey's African History Archives

5. Nelson Mandela at his law offices, about 1952.

© Jürgen Schadeberg

6. Joe Slovo, Mandela and Ruth First during a recess at the Treason Trial in Pretoria, 1959.

© Eli Weinberg/Mayibuye Archives/Bailey's African History Archives

7. Dressed for court. (Photographed for a Drum profile, 1958.)

© Drum photographer/Bailey's African History Archives

8. Winnie Mandela outside the Palace of Justice, Pretoria, during the Rivonia Trial. Accompanying Winnie is her sister who is wearing Xhosa national dress (Winnie herself was prohibited from doing so after the first day of the trial).

© Alf Kumalo/Bailey's African History Archives

9. Mandela burning his pass in Orlando before an audience of journalists in Soweto, 28 March 1960.

© Eli Weinberg/UWC-Robben Island Museum Mayibuye Archives

10. Mandela addressing the All-in-Africa Conference, Pietermaritzberg, 25 March, 1961.

© G. R. Naidoo of Ranjith Kally/Bailey's African History Archives

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • List of Plates xiv
  • List of Abbreviations xvi
  • 1: Childhood and Upbringing 1
  • 2: Becoming a Notable 19
  • 3: Volunteer-In-Chief 43
  • 4: Making a Messiah 81
  • 5: Trials 103
  • 6: Prisoner 466/64 116
  • 7: Leading from Prison 147
  • 8: Messianic Politics and the Transition to Democracy 167
  • 9: Embodying the Nation 204
  • Endnotes 227
  • Chronology 252
  • Further Reading 262
  • Index 265
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