Trevor Huddleston was a towering figure in South Africa's struggle against apartheid. Often a lonely voice, he describes his experiences as a leading bishop and an influential Church leader in South Africa. Archbishop Tutu sees him as one of the strongest critics of the oppressive regime. The book follows Huddleston's time in the shanty towns of South Africa and on the protest lines as the church and state clash over politics.
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