From Namibia to Rhodesia and Angola?

August 1978
National Review;8/4/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 31, p937
The article discusses the possible effect of the successful implementation of independence for Namibia on other nations in Africa. It tells of doubts seen by Marxist Patriotic Front leader Robert Mugabe regarding the capability of front-line states of applying the scenario on Zimbabwe, and factors that can affect the chances of Angola to become an independent state.


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