This is a book about a horrible war waged against black people by conspirators in foreign wealthy countries. The black people, like so many people before them, are seeking their dignity and their birthright as human beings - to be free and independent. The conspirators, playing their ageless role to put down the search for freedom, the search for peace and independence, have recourse to only that which is available to them. No longer can some phoney war be waged. The authors show why, with great insight.
Recommended CitationTurner, Roy, Review - The Whores of War, Australian Left Review, 1(62), 1977, 35-36.