Ronald Reagan's Africa

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Wed Feb 6 2013, 06:00:12

Ronald Reagan, will be celebrated again today (his birthday is February 6, 1911) as a world statesman and champion of democracy (mostly by Republicans and Conservatives in the United States), but this not how people in the Third World experienced his tenure. Take Southern Africa (I grew up in South Africa) for instance. As I [...]

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