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Troy University Post Apartheid Era Your Impressions of The Song Nelson Mandela Questions

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I need an explanation for this Social Science question to help me study.

In 250-375 words, I want you to reflect on the following prompt by class time on Wednesday 3/25:

1) What are your impressions of the actual song "Nelson Mandela?" Do you like it as a protest song? For you, what was one of the most interesting points in Lynskey's excerpt?

2) In the video about the Post-Apartheid generation, they say they are fighting blandness and conformity through their art and entrepreneurship and they do not view politics or voting as particularly useful. What are your reactions to these sentiments?

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1) What are your impressions of the actual song "Nelson Mandela?" Do you like it as a
protest song? For you, what was one of the most interesting points in Lynskey's
excerpt?
Nelson Mandela was not a globally renowned figure by the time the song by Jerry
Dammers was released. Nevertheless, the song became a hit and assisted in moving
mountains on the issue concerning apartheid policy in South Africa. The musician first came
across Nelson Mandela’s name after attending a concert in London that marked...

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