CENTRAL AFRICA: The White Knight

Over the hammering of the rain on the tin roof of a tobacco shed, the burly, shaggy-browed six-footer boomed into a microphone: "I know that the African National Congress is saying. 'Freedom at any price!' This is an emotional appeal to a not-so-advanced people. I hope those who talk this way realize what would become of the ordinary black man in this country." The speaker: Sir Roy Welensky, 51, Prime Minister of Britain's Central Africa Federation, stumping for his party just before last week's national election. In the shed's semidarkness, 400 white...

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