RHODESIA: The Opposite Direction

South Africa's Premier Strydom is not ashamed of his country's racial behavior (see box); in fact, he would like to export his policies to the rest of Africa. Last week, the Prime Minister of South Africa's immediate neighbor to the north, Britain's big new Central African Federation (composed of Northern and Southern Rhodesia and Nyasaland), made it clear where he stood.

"Politically, we are pursuing policies which are very different and are leading us in entirely opposite directions," said 72-year-old Lord Malvern, the former Sir Godfrey Huggins, who heads the Federation. Malvern inherited and believes in Empire Builder Cecil Rhodes's...

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