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White Malice: how the CIA strangled African independence at birth

White Malice: how the CIA strangled African independence at birth

HISTORIAN Susan Williams grew up in Zambia. Like other scholars of her generation raised in former settler societies of southern Africa, she empathises with the continent’s people. Author HENNING MELBER, Extraordinary Professor, Department of Political Sciences, University of Pretoria Williams’ widely acknowledged new book, White Malice – The CIA and the Neocolonisation of Africa, adds to her track record, testifying to this engagement. Almost a forensic account, its more than 500 pages (supported by close to 150 pages of sources, references and index) are as readable as a John le Carré novel. But make no mistake: Williams ruthlessly reveals through…
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