Lynching Rhodesia

July 1977
National Review;7/8/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 26, p766
The article reports on the foreign policy of the U.S. with Rhodesia. Some of the issues discussed, include the embargo on Rhodesian chrome, and the support for four African states that are backing guerrilla warfare against the Rhodesian government. Amendment to the Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 1978 is also discussed.


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