Belmont, Massachusetts: American Opinion, [196-]. A John Birch Society reprint of Michel Sturdza’s publication on the interference of the U.N. in the Congolese dispute between the left-wing Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba and the pro-Belgian President of Katanga, Moise Tchombe, who was supported by the international political Right. Conservatives, including the Romanian Sturdza, viewed Tchombe as a bulwark against Communist infiltration of the Congo during de-colonization.
Stapled wrappers (9 ¾” x 7”), 78 p., graphic photograph of a dead African child to the title page as well as a photograph of the author inside the rear wrapper. Faint offsetting and light edgewear. Item #10408