America's tyrant: the CIA and Mobutu of Zaire : how the United States put Mobutu in power, protected him from his enemies, helped him become one of the richest men in the world, and lived to regret it

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American University Press, 1993 - Political Science - 273 pages
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Our Kind of Tyrant
How Things Fell Apart and Why
Mobutu Kasavubu Lumumba Tshombe and Washington

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About the author (1993)

Sean Kelly is umpteenth-generation Canadian-Irish. He left teaching to edit the National Lampoon. He writes for children's television (Noddy and Friends) and is co-author of several books, including Saints Preserve Us!, Who in Hell . . ., and Boom Baby Moon.
Rosemary Rogers, who lives in Manhattan, is the co-author of Saints Preserve Us!, Who in Hell . . ., and Boomer Babes. Both of her parents were born in Ireland.

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