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October, 1977

LETTER FROM SOUTH AFRICAN PRIME MINISTER VORSTER TO US PRESIDENT CARTER ON US-SOUTH AFRICA RELATIONS

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    South African Prime Minister Vorster denies the existence of a South African nuclear program and lists hostile steps taken by the United States to exclude South Africa from international nuclear and atomic energy groups. He concludes that "it would seem... the United States officially holds the view that stability in Southern Africa and the future of our country is to be sacrificed in the hope of stopping Soviet expansionism."
    "Letter from South African Prime Minister Vorster to US President Carter on US-South Africa Relations," October, 1977, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, South African Foreign Affairs Archives. Obtained and contributed by Anna-Mart van Wyk. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116634
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