1984 minus Four

April 1979
National Review;4/27/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p524
The article offers information on Margaret Thatcher's proposal to end sanctions following the completion of the proposed Rhodesian elections. The U. S. policy on Rhodesia is greatly based on British policy. England has instituted industrial capitalism and enacted the welfare state. Thatcher's stress on productivity and investment has public opinion as its foundation.


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