Watch Out! Here We Come!

Burnham, James
June 1977
National Review;6/10/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p659
The article discusses the intervention of the United States administration on the problem of southern Africa. It tells of the moral motives in the African moves and converging reasons for the intervention in southern Africa. It mentions the United States policy that prohibits continuation of harsh racial and white supremacist policies in South Africa.


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