by Liberation Support Movement
Oakland, California, United States
Summer 1978
63 pages
Contents: Leading Edge • Editorial: Support the Independence of Eritrea • Zimbabwe's Future: Neocolonialism or Independence? • LEFT PROFILE: WILFRED BURCHETT • Frustrated by superficial news coverage of Africa? • Book Review: Imperialism and Human Survival • mbiro, little giant: The Story of Sana na N'Hada • LSM Notes • Why Zed • Apartheid at the Tee • Do You Copy? • Resources • BOX 2077 • Disagreement on the Waterfront • On the Dilemmas of a Horn • The newsletter includes a review of “The Wealth of Some Nations,” by Malcolm Caldwell (Zed Press). The newsletter mentions the Patriotic Front, the Salisbury Accords, Ian Smith, the ELF, the EPLF, the UN Charter, John Foster Dulles, Resolution 390, the Soviet Union, Cuba, Fidel Castro, James McLaren, the Rhodesian army, the Anglo-American block, African farmhands, guerrillas, helicopter gunships, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU), Ndabaningi Sithole, Joshua Nkomo, Robert Mugabe, the Sino-Soviet split, the CIA, MPLA, FRELIMO, Henry Kissinger, the CIA, the Geneva Conference, Anthony Crosland, Bishop Muzorewa, the Zimbabwe's People’s Army, the U.S. Congress, NATO, guerrilla war, the African Farmers' Union, settlers, Temba Moyo, rich farmlands, cheap labor, the Master and Servant Act, the National Land Husbandry Act, Land Tenure Act, Unlawful Organizations Act, Preventive Detention Act, Municipal Act, African Education Act, Emergency Powers Act, Indemnity and Compensation Act, detention without trial, forced resettlement, censorship, the Rhodesian Front, voters, internal settlement, Europeans, the Rhodesian Parliament, the Anglo-American plan, Chief Chirau, socialism, capitalism, colonialism, the Bay Area, the Zimbabwe Medical Drive Coalition, the Black Community Task Force, the Hearst press, the John Birch Society, pre-war Nazi Germany, Jews, The People in Power, Namibia: SWAPO Fights for Power, Sowing the First Harvest, Basil Davidson, Amilcar Cabral, Chantal Sarrazin, Ole Gjerstad, Simao Mendes, Joao da Costa, Osvaldo Vieira, Caetano, guerrillas, Chico Mendes, chief political commissar, Cuban doctors, 155 millimeter howitzer, PAIGC, Keith Haight, the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement, the World Cup Golf Championship, the South African multinational Rothmans, ITT, Colgate-Palmolive, American Express, Time-Life, Pan American, the African People's Solidarity Committee, the African People's Socialist Party, UN sanctions, International Anti-Apartheid Year, This is the Time: Interview with two Namibian Women, Carole Collins, the Chicago Committee for African Liberation, the Zimbabwe Information Group Bulletin, the Nixon administration, COINTELPRO, Larry Wright, ILWU (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union), Samba Limane, ammunition, Portuguese soldiers, boycotts, Amhara and Oromo areas, the Scandinavian Institute for African Studies, Michael Stahl, land reform, Johan Holmberg, the 1978 African Liberation Calendar, and grain marketing.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright