His people were angry and at the very end of their patience with a leadership class ready to compromise and sell out—sell the struggle to any bidder and cut a deal. But with him free now, the war was prosecuted with renewed vigour and greater effectiveness; and its raison d’être came to be defended with greater eloquence. He went on to steer the independence negotiations with great skill and, with his great intellect, dominated the Lancaster House talks that saw Rhodesia turn into Zimbabwe; and the ...
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