Ethiopia: The Communist Uses of Famine
At the height of a famine which claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of its citizens, the Ethiopian government launched a far-reaching social experiment, to relocate between 1.5 and 2 million peasants. Government spokesmen justified the resettlement
About the Author
Arch Puddington is director of research at Freedom House and the author, most recently, of Lane Kirkland: Champion of American Labor.