Ghana: In the Limelight

Soaring back to Ghana this week, Kwame Nkrumah could reflect contentedly on the success of his trip. It had been limelight all the way. First there was his big speech at the U.N., in which he urged an all-African command for the Congo force and insisted that all foreign diplomats get out. Then President John F. Kennedy greeted him warmly at the White House, took him in to meet the family. Finally Ghana's beaming Osagyefo (Redeemer) sat down in London with all the other British Commonwealth leaders to soberly deliberate on South...

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