In the grips of national economic morass, the people of Mozambique hear harsh words of reality from their president, Samora Machel. Rarely in the history of communism had a ruling Marxist leader so boldly criticized the shortcomings of his nation. In a marathon 4 1/2-hour speech March 19, 1980, President Samora Machel of Mozambique "read the riot act" to his people, government and party and proposed a shocking remedy-for a Marxist-to his nation's ills: A measured dose of free enterprise!
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