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Sanctions Against South Africa

October 13, 1986

The overriding of the President's veto on South Africa sanctions is a triumph for communism and black racism, for greater violence and more starvation in South Africa and for Winnie Mandela's "blood and iron."

It is a victory for a lazy and dishonest media, for a communist-liberal propaganda campaign that is decades old, and for Mikhail Gorbachev, Fidel Castro and the leftist dictators of the front-line states.

It is a defeat for the United States and for freedom and democracy.

DAVID A. BOLENDER

Long Beach

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