Harvard Law Professor Charles Ogletree knew Nelson Mandela and spoke to Anderson about his legacy. Ogletree says he expected Mandela to live forever "even when he was sick and it was clear he was going to die."
Former TIME Magazine editor Rick Stengel got to know Nelson Mandela as he wrote the book "Mandela's Way: Lessons on Life, Love, and Courage." Stengel talks about how Mandela's 27 years in prison helped transform him into the leader who helped heal South Africa. Stengel joins the AC360 conversation with Christiane Amanpour and Donna Brazille.
Nelson Mandela helped Richard Branson start a humanitarian group. Branson talks to Anderson about how Mandela's ability to forgive helped heal the wounds of apartheid, avoid a civil war and make South Africa one of the great nations.
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