Robert Mugabe and the Betrayal of Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe and the Betrayal of Zimbabwe

By: Andrew Norman (author)Paperback

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Instead of leading his people to the "promised land," Mugabe, the first prime minister of the newly-named Zimbabwe, has amassed a fortune for himself, his family and followers and has presided over the murder, torture and starvation of those who oppose him. This biography offers some explanations for Mugabe's behavior. With the death of his wife in 1992, a moderating influence was lost, and as the years go by, he continues to show himself intolerant of any opposition as he proceeds toward the creation of a one-party state, even though evidence suggests that his country is in terminal decline.

About Author

Having lived in the former Southern Rhodesia, Andrew Norman has had first-hand insight into the circumstances that have led to Zimbabwe's present plight. Norman now lives in Dorset, England.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780786416868
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 189
  • ID: 9780786416868
  • ISBN10: 0786416866

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