Up From Shambles

Kondracke, Morton
May 1979
New Republic;5/19/79, Vol. 180 Issue 20, p12
Comments on the Rhodesia policy of the Carter administration. Rhodesia's success in holding an elections under the black-white internal settlement, which the Carter administration previously doubted; Appointment of Bishop Abel Muzorewa as prime minister; Strategy that might enable the administration of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to salvage its basic aims in Rhodesia and its prestige both in the country and in Africa; Other choices available under the Case-Javits amendment.


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