Uganda: Toward Ceaseless Chaos

Two years after Idi Amin, no peace for a divided land

When Uganda's newly elected President Milton Obote pledged his government to a policy of national reconciliation, he stirred hopes that his brutalized East Central African country might at last begin to heal its wounds. But in the four months since he resumed the office from which Dictator Idi Amin Dada ousted him a decade ago, there has been no peace between the country's bitterly divided political and tribal groups. Charging that the elections won by his Uganda People's Congress (U.P.C.) had been...

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