U.S. Policy Toward Africa

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U.S. Policy Toward Africa

Edited by Frederick S. Arkhurst
Praeger, 1975
259 pp. $16.50

These papers, delivered at a conference sponsored by the Phelps-Stokes Fund, describe and deplore the bad and worsening relations between the American and African governments. The broad conclusion of the volume is that there is no hope for improvement without a radical shift in American policy toward South Africa.

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