RHODESIA: The Bishop's Tough Challenge

A hot debate on recognition will come with black rule

Backfiring and coughing out clouds of smoke, a long procession of buses snake-danced through the streets of Salis bury, packed with hundreds of singing, fist-pumping celebrants. They were supporters of Bishop Abel Muzorewa going to the victory rallies for the man who in June is to become the first black Prime Minister of a country that will be known as Zimbabwe-Rhodesia. But that as it happened was about all that could be said with any certainty about the break away British colony's future....

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