The Catholic Church and the Struggle for Zimbabwe
This book's central theme is about the ideological struggle within the Church between 1959 and 1979 under the impact of African nationalism. It documents the critical role of the Rhodesian Justice and Peace Commission, and describes the relationships among missionaries, guerrillas and African political leaders and the accompanying propaganda battle.
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