GHANA: I Love Power

Unlike their U.S.-educated Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah, few citizens of the new State of Ghana have been anywhere—even to school. They may not be aware of the hue and cry abroad at the way Ghana's government has been trampling on civil rights (TIME, Sept. 30), but Nkrumah is. Last week he tactfully gave ground. A lawyer down from London was allowed to challenge the expulsion of two Moslem opposition leaders. Contempt-of-court charges against a British newspaperman were dropped. Nkrumah pleaded for international sympathy: "Do not apply to us standards of conduct and efficiency which are often not attained...

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