Southern Rhodesia: Breaking the Rules

She was picking corn. He was watching. "It was not love at first sight," recalls Stuart Fuller-Sandys, 50, of his first glimpse of Margaret Dube, 22. "Love came later like a deluge." There was only one serious complication: she was black, and he was white. On the front pages of every Southern Rhodesia paper last week was the fairytale romance of the rich, widowed white rancher to the penniless darky daughter of one of his squatter tenants. It began in 1961, and had Pygmalion overtones. In...

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