SOUTHERN RHODESIA: Extremism v. Extremism

Of the three British territories that make up the loosely knit Central African Federation, Southern Rhodesia comes closest to following the harsh segregationist ways of South Africa's apartheid. Negroes are barred from the Parliament, are excluded from most hotels, must use separate entrances to post offices and banks, are denied entrance to some shops, which serve them through hatches opening onto the sidewalk. By such measures. Southern Rhodesia's 211,000 whites have managed to keep a semblance of racial calm, but they have also alienated the blacks of Nyasaland and Northern Rhodesia from the whole idea of federation. Last week...

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