The ousting of Mobutu Sese Seko in Congo-Zaire is projected to have a significant effect on the upcoming elections in France. France was the last western power to back Mobutu and his fall is being interpreted by some as the end of Francophone Africa.
GUEST:- Gail Russell Chaddock–reporter for the Christian Science Monitor.
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