SOUTHERN AFRICA: A Dr. K. Offer They Could Not Refuse

"It was made abundantly clear to me that as long as the present circumstances in Rhodesia prevailed, we could expect no help or support of any kind from the Free World. On the contrary, the pressures on us from the Free World would continue to mount."

With those words Rhodesia's Prime Minister Ian Smith last week told his countrymen in a grave 20-minute television address that the Rhodesian "rebellion" was at an end. Nearly eleven years after his government had declared its independence from British rule and its determination to maintain white...

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