Listening to a Young Angolan Revolutionary

Ball, David; Larner, Jeremy
April 1962
New Republic;4/16/62, Vol. 146 Issue 16, p13
Interviews a 24-year old Angolan man on his life in Angola under the Portuguese government. Actions taken by the educated Angolans on the dilemma of the country; Resistance of the colonial powers to the demands of the natives; Accomplishment of a genuine land reform in the state; View that a colonial revolution is the attempt of a people to get rid of its Western exploiters and reach a decent standard of living.


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