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Pressure” and “upon countries in . ” in Roy Wilkins to editor New York Times, November 18, 1949, Box A323, File “Italian Colonies, Disposition of, Correspondence Regarding, May 1949–50,” Papers of the NAACP; UN General Assembly, 4th Session. OpenElement. Accessed July 26, 2010; Eritrea’s independence would take decades to achieve. See Ruth Iyob, The Eritrean Struggle for Independence: Domination, Resistance, Nationalism, 1941–1993 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995). RETHINKING RADICALISM 33 71.
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Abandoned, ” “risks,” “we must take . . ,” “dying colonialism,” “disguised,” and “cost us . ” in Walter White to Eleanor Roosevelt, October 26, 1948, Box 4567, (no file), Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY; White to the United States Delegation to the United Nations, October 17, 1948, Box A635, File “United Nations General Assembly, November 1948–49,” Papers of the NAACP. 56. “Memorandum of Conversation with Count Carlo Sforza, John Foster Dulles, Alberto Tarchiani, Gastone Guidotti, William B.