Pressure on Henry

Osborne, John
May 1976
New Republic;5/22/76, Vol. 174 Issue 21, p6
Focuses on the criticism of the foreign policy of U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in Africa. Complaints of the people about Kissinger's advocacy of black majority rule in Rhodesia and South Africa and his declaration of unrelenting opposition to the white minority government of Rhodesia; Statement that Kissinger had become a political liability to President Gerald R. Ford; Comments of John Rhodes of Arizona, the House Republican leader, that Kissinger's Africa trip and declarations were poorly timed; Role of Ford in formulating and approving the positions stated by Kissinger in Africa; Statement that Kissinger outlined the policy and the American commitment to "majority rule," before he left for Africa; Promise for repeal of a law that permits the U.S. importation of Rhodesian chrome in violation of UN economic sanctions.


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