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John Allen is a journalist and the managing editor of the African news website www.allAfrica.com. He served as director of communications for South Africa's groundbreaking Truth and Reconciliation Commission and for Trinity Church, Wall Street, in New York. He is a former president of the South African Society of Journalists and has received awards in South Africa for his defense of press freedom and in the United States for excellence in religious journalism.
"There is no one on earth who will not profit from reading this story, told with such precision, sympathy, and mounting dramatic tension by John Allen. But don't bother to pick it up unless you are willing to be transformed into a better person than you are at the present moment." --Thomas Cahill, author, Desire of the Everlasting Hills, The Gifts of the Jews, and How the Irish Saved Civilization "Connects the publicly political Tutu to the privately spiritual one, showing the seamless flow from one to the other . . . [Allen's] reporting is impeccable." --The Baltimore Sun "Riveting . . . a profound portrait of one of the few great human beings of our age and of the country he did so much to save. [Allen] shows Archbishop Tutu in all his courage, his uproarious humor, his passion." --Anthony Lewis, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner; former New York Times columnist; author, Gideon's Trumpet "Gives remarkable insights into how Tutu's spiritual worldview and discipline molded him into the preeminent religious leader in South Africa's struggle against racism and a passionate advocate of human rights internationally." --Jimmy Carter