Changes in Zimbabwe: The People Are Getting Their Chance

By Scott Morgan
In one sense, the last days of Robert Mugabe as President of Zimbabwe are very similar to the ending of the Nixon Administration in the United States. The feeling that the long national nightmare is coming to a close cannot be lost neither to the people of Zimbabwe nor to History.

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