Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 73: African Decolonization – Empire of Dust

Social Matter
June 8, 2018

Welcome to the Myth of the 20th Century. The podcast airs on Fridays.

— Brought to you by —

Adam Smith, Hank Oslo, Nick Mason, Hans Lander, Alex Nicholson, with special guest Lynn Lockhart


Africa is a land rich in resources, with a varied history in how they are managed. Africans and foreigners alike had long struggled to find a way to strike a balance, yet the rules found in other parts of the world often seem not to apply – evoking the oft cited phrase “This Is Africa”..


– Africa Addio, Jacopetti and Prosperi (1966)
– Confessions of an Economic Hitman, Perkins (2004)
– Africa-America Institute, Federal Income Tax Return (2010) –
– Empire of Dust, Paesschen (2011)
– The World’s Most Important Graph, Sailer (2015) –
– The Case for Colonialism, Giley (2017) –
– John Stockwell, former CIA officer –
– Rhodesia – Last Days of Empire, Myth of the 20th Century (2017) –
– An Original Analysis Of Salazar’s Estado Novo Regime In Portugal, Adler (2017) –
– Philippines ranks 103rd on list of 167 countries having modern slavery, Business World Online (2018) –