British Guiana: Working to Divide


Premier Cheddi Jagan's government last week washed its hands of all responsibility for maintaining law and order in the strife-torn South American colony. In a teary speech to British Guiana's Senate, Janet Rosenberg Jagan, 43, Cheddi's Chicago-born, Communist-sworn wife, announced her resignation as Minister of Home Affairs after a year in the job; Janet accused her own cops of racism and sabotage, charged that the 90% Negro force is bitterly anti-Jagan, has done nothing to halt persecution of the country's Jagan-supporting East Indians.

Actually, British Guiana's Marxist husband and wife team have themselves busily stirred up racial trouble by...

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