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Last Word on Incentives

made it all but plain that the United Kingdom will use its right of veto in the Security Council to block "any runaway measures" to crush Rhodesia. This is giving notice to those concerned that Britain will go only thus far in appeasing liberal sentiment and no further. There is not even the certainty that all of Black Africa is united in its condemnation of racism in Rhodesia. The French African States have been significantly silent on the Rho- desian issue. And the former British African colonies are in no position to do anything. A Nkrumah might have sought to rally Black opinion, but not Nkrumah's successors who have enough on their hands to keep them worrying about conditions at home.

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