This work assembles the best of Todds (available) speeches and provides an analysis of their rhetorical and political significance.Sir Garfield Todds (1908-2002) lifelong support of African rights earned him initial political success, subsequent imprisonment, and, finally, rightful recognition. Often labeled a liberal in the British political tradition, a closer study of Todds rhetoric demonstrates that his politics flow directly from his religious heritageand not from political liberalism.