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No One Can Stop The Rain: Glimpses Of Africa's Liberation Struggle
No One Can Stop The Rain: Glimpses Of Africa's Liberation Struggle
By George M. Houser
Pilgrim Press, 1989, 388 pp

A longtime American activist on behalf of African liberation, telling his own story, gives us an invaluable chronicle of the African struggle from the preindependence era of the 1950s to the installation of the majority-rule government in Zimbabwe in 1980. The focus is on the extraordinary African leaders he came to know. He recounts his personal experience of Africa's founding fathers with great sympathy and narrates the twists and turns of their careers. A highly readable adventure tale.