Why is Nelson Mandela widely regarded as the most significant black South African leader of the late twentieth century?
A. He helped create a separate, segregated nation on the border of South Africa and supervised the mass migration that followed.
B. He served as an ambassador for the South African government and worked to justify the policies of apartheid to foreign nations.
C. He refused
to compromise his principles and worked against the South African policies of apartheid, even while in prison.
D. He waged a guerrilla war against the South African government and refused to accept any offers of partial reform.
He was the one who fought fought liberty for his country.even though he was in prison, he still influenced
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