In 1956, an African nationalist leader on the run from the police and a young missionary who was stirring up controversy by his forthright views on the racial issue struck up a friendship which has survived the changes in their fortunes. The nationalist leader, Dr. Kenneth D. Kaunda, is now President of Zambia; the missionary, the Rev Collin Morris, is President of the United Church of Zambia. The present book is a compilation of Dr. Kaunda's views on a whole range of vitally important topics as expressed in running debate with Mr Morris. The topics range from Dr. Kaunda's personal philosophy of life to his views on the future of nationalism, the problems of adjustment to Independence and the challenge af African unity. All in all, they express the beliefs of one of Africa's most remarkable personalities.

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Kenneth Kaunda
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Longmans