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William B. Gould IV
William B. Gould IV, an emeritus law professor at Stanford Law School, first went to South Africa in 1977 under the auspices of the Carter administration State Department and attended President Mandela’s 1994 inauguration as Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board in the Clinton administration. His very first publication was a 1959 review of Alan Paton’s Hope for South Africa in The New Republic.

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Memories of Nelson Mandela From 1977

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Nelson Mandela and William B. Gould IV

Nelson Mandela's inauguration on May 10, 1994, is nearly 20 years ago. That day, in language reminiscent of Lincoln, he said, "The time for the healing of wounds has come."

The new president praised his apartheid-era predecessor,...

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