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Zimbabwe: Getting Even

ZIMBABWE Getting Even Ian Smith runs into trouble During Rhodesia's long, bloody civil war, Prime Minister Ian Smith was a staunch defender of a white Rhodesia...

RHODESIA: Ian Smith's Last Stand?

"I hope the world will realize what they've done to this place . . . but we'll fight, fight, fight to the end, for Rhodesia's our cause." In a Salisbury...

RHODESIA: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

But he fails to move the Senate or make his point In Frank Capra's classic cinemorality play, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, an idealistic hick politician...

RHODESIA: Smith Changes His Tune

At last, the Prime Minister accepts one man, one vote A few years ago, Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith vowed that one-man, one-vote majority rule would not...

RHODESIA: Decision Time

Will Smith vote for peace? Even if he wins his fourth election this week, Ian Smith's days in office may be numbered. The Rhodesian Prime Minister is under...

RHODESIA: End of a Chapter

Ian Smith wins big, but a new settlement plan is in trouble "No one can deny that Rhodesians are united," said jubilant Prime Minister Ian Smith. Presumably...

RHODESIA: Agonizing over the Settlement

An Anglo-American split may result from Smith 's plan From a hidden position on the southern shore of the Zambezi River, Rhodesian soldiers near the town of...

RHODESIA: Tragic and Fateful Decision

"The deal is off!" With that terse announcement, followed by a long sad sigh, British Negotiator Ivor Richard last week formally acknowledged what was...

RHODESIA: Blueprint for Black Power-Maybe

Under increasing pressure, Smith decides to strike a deal " It is a victory for moderation," beamed Rhodesia's Prime Minister Ian Smith last week. Standing on...

RHODESIA: The Stinkwood Summit Fails

"I don't expect it to last more than 30 minutes," Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith growled on the eve of his meeting with black Rhodesian leaders. In fact...

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