Angola, China, and Southern Africa: China and Angola, Angola and After; Editors Reply
AbstractWe publish below two texts received since the publication in our February issue of Azinna Nwafor's "The Liberation of Angola." The first, "China and Angola," is by Clark Kissinger, a New Left student activist of the 1960s who is now a factory worker in the Chicago area and a member of the National Steering Committee of the U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association. The second, "Angola and After," is by John Saul, a frequent contributor to MR (most recently with "Free Mozambique," December 1975) and co-author with Giovanni Arrighi of MR Press book Essays on the Political Economy of Africa. John Saul taught political science at the University of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, for many years and now works in Toronto with the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC). This article is a slightly abridged and edited version of one which appeared in the Canadian radical periodical This Magazine (56 Esplanade St. E, Toronto, Canada) of which John Saul is one of the editors. A comment by the editors of MR follows the Kissinger and Saul texts. —The Editors
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