1) two-page statement to the Most Reverend Desmond Tutu, dated Christmas, 1987; with these attachments:
2) copy of the Christmas, 1987 statement to PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICA Pieter W. Botha with List of Contents for enclosures attached to the face and attachments according to it included (where necessary).
3) copy of excerpt from "Biko", chapter titled, "The Rise of Black Consciousness", by Donald Woods--copyright 1978 by Donald Woods.
4) copy of "AUTHOR'S INTRODUCTION" to "DEMOCRATIC VALUES Watergate Under the Bridge", by Gordon C. Wong; with attached copy of "Foreword" to Alice Felt Tyler's "Freedom's Ferment"--copyright 1944 by University of Minnesota.
Archbishop Tutu: One final thing. In the event that the present
draft of the "AUTHOR'S
INTRODUCTION" should prove inappropriate because of genuine and
steady progress towards ending apartheid by the Botha regime, i will of
course change it to suit new circumstances.
The book is really a record of my growth as a human being over the last decade dedicated to doing this work.
Therefore, i'd be only too happy to change it to correspond with an important change in my "concerns" and those of men and women of goodwill throughout the world.
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