The Commonwealth: Yes, But How?

The 16th Commonwealth Conference broke up last week in London. What broke it up, as usual, was the problem of how to make Rhodesia a British colony again.

Admittedly, it was a problem that put the leaders of the Commonwealth's 23 nations in a curious position, for to most of them anti-colonialism is still a fighting cause. But Rhodesia is different.

Its white supremacist regime seized in dependence last year only to forestall British attempts to give the land's over whelming African majority a hand in running the government. Therefore, agree all members of the Common wealth, the only way for...

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