(Vol. 1 No. II)
by Anti-Imperialist Action Committee
Detroit, Michigan, United States
April 1976
4 pages
Contents: Where your cash flows • ANGOLA - WESTERN INTERESTS ROUTED • U.S.-SOUTH AFRICAN AXIS • ant-imperialist action committee • The newsletter discusses Henry Kissinger, FNLA, UNITA, MPLA, Coleman Young, Gerald Ford, General Motors (GM), Standard Oil, NATO, Gulf Oil, Holden Roberto, FRELIMO, PAIGC, the Soviet Union (USSR), international solidarity, the CIA, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), Rhodesia, South African tanks, neo-colonialism, U.S. transnational corporations, exploitation, Cuban troops, the Western press, Zaire, Western Europe, mercenaries, South African troops, liberation movement, the independence movement, corporate lies, apartheid, coffee, a fake gasoline shortage, struggle, demonstrations, profits, churches, unions, national liberation, and independence.
Used by permission of Geoffrey Jacques, a former member of the Anti-Imperialist Action Committee.
Collection: Alan Zaslavsky Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections