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Title:Rhodesia - a 'police state'?
Author:Hasson, R.A.
Periodical:The World Today: Chatham House Review
Geographic term:Zimbabwe
Subjects:political repression
rule of law
civil and political rights
Abstract:The author wants to show that the 'Rhodesian police State' is the result of a rejection of legal safeguards which has been effected by all Rhodesian Governments since the early 1950s. He describes the measures which have led to a police state, among other things concerning university education and students. He submits that the growth of such a state has vital political consequences, the full importance of which has been little appreciated.