ZIMBABWE RHODESIA: Edging toward each other

With less power for whites

"Failure is now out of the question." said Salisbury's jubilant Foreign Minister David Mukome as the second week of talks over the future of Zimbabwe Rhodesia came to a close at London's Lancaster House. Other members of the conference were more restrained in their optimism. Still, progress had been made. By a vote of 11 to 1 (former Prime Minister Ian Smith was the lone dissenter), Bishop Abel Muzorewa's delegation accepted a British proposal for a new Zimbabwe Rhodesian constitution, on one condition: that Britain end economic sanctions...

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