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Ralph Bunche

An American Life

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A superb narrative biography of the international diplomat and racial pioneer-published to coincide with a major four-part PBS series based on this book. Ralph Bunche was instrumental-sometimes at great personal risk-in finding peaceful solutions to incendiary conflicts around the world, while at the same time he was never far from the realities of racial prejudice. Bunche rose from modest circumstances to become the foremost international mediator and peacekeeper of his time, winner of the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize and key drafter of the United Nations charter. Drawing on Bunche's personal papers and on his many years as Bunche's colleague at the UN, Brian Urquhart's elegant biography delineates a man with a zest for life as well as unsurpassed integrity of purpose.

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