RHODESIA: No Time for Trembling Knees

It was one of those historic opportunities for high diplomacy that so often have been seized upon or lost in the marbled Council Chamber of Geneva's Palais des Nations. Once again, it seemed, peace or more war hung in the balance. Bitter political enemies in Rhodesia met face to face for the first time in what may be a last chance for a peaceful transfer of power from the ruling white minority to the black majority. Despite the mutual suspicion and distrust that permeated the chamber, the fact that the four leading black...

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