Carrington's Jujitsu

November 1979
National Review;11/9/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 45, p1409
The article reports on the proposals of Lord Carrington in relation to politics. It mentions that Lord Carrington's proposals include the temporary restoration of the British power under a governor with executive and legislative power wherein he is being advised by the election council. It also mentions various factors considered by Lord Carrington including the Salisbury's need for Anglo-American support, fear of being blamed for the breakdown and others.


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