1 May 2009

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Towards the light

Towards the light

We have tomorrow: Stirrings in Africa 1959 - 1967

It is hard not to feel an ache of sadness for what might have been in central Africa as one reads this remarkable and moving memoir of a life bravely lived in pursuit of values universally held. How ironic that the author, now in his eighties, should be ending his days in Zimbabwe, a failing state led by a man whose name is today synonymous with tyranny, yet whose original noble cause Peter Mackay vigurously promoted.

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