A copy of former South African president Nelson Mandela's newly released book, titled Nelson Mandela By Himself, is held up for a photograph in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, June 27, 2011. A new Nelson Mandela book, slim, bound in black and set in eye-straining type, looks a bit like a bible or a prayer book. That's fitting, because the editors of "Nelson Mandela By Himself" brought something close to religious zeal to the task of choosing and checking more than 2,000 quotations to ensure the world gets the anti-apartheid icon's words right. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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A copy of former South African president Nelson Mandela's newly released book, titled Nelson Mandela By Himself, is held up for a photograph in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, June 27, 2011. A new Nelson Mandela book, slim, bound in black and set in eye-straining type, looks a bit like a bible or a prayer book. That's fitting, because the editors of "Nelson Mandela By Himself" brought something close to religious zeal to the task of choosing and checking more than 2,000 quotations to ensure the world gets the anti-apartheid icon's words right. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
A copy of former South African president Nelson Mandela's newly released book, titled Nelson Mandela By Himself, is held up for a photograph in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, June 27, 2011. A new Nelson Mandela book, slim, bound in black and set in eye-straining type, looks a bit like a bible or a prayer book. That's fitting, because the editors of "Nelson Mandela By Himself" brought something close to religious zeal to the task of choosing and checking more than 2,000 quotations to ensure the world gets the anti-apartheid icon's words right. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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