By Ryszard Kapuscinski
'This is a truly own ebook, approximately being on my own and lost'. In 1975 Kapuscinski's employers despatched him to Angola to hide the civil warfare that had damaged out after independence. For months he watched as Luanda after which the remainder of the rustic collapsed right into a civil warfare that was once within the author's phrases 'sloppy, dogged and cruel'. In his account, Kapuscinski demonstrates a unprecedented means to explain and to give an explanation for the person that means of grand political abstractions.
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With Gilchrist Olympio's party out of the race, the southern vote split among several contenders (one estimate has it that sixty-six political parties were certified at one stage or another) with the predominantly southern CAR of Yao Agboyibor (a lawyer, and prime catalyst of the National Conference) emerging as the country's largest party. Edem Kodjo, an Ewe leader from Kpalimé, came third (after the RPT) with barely seven seats. Koffigoh, thoroughly discredited by his cooperation with Eyadema, barely secured his own seat in the Assembly.
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Another Day of Life (Penguin Modern Classics) by Ryszard Kapuscinski