'Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight' NPR Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to Alexandra Fuller, author of, Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood, her memoir about growing up white in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, during the civil war that led to independence and black majority rule. Fuller's parents were tobacco farmers.
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'Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight'

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'Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight'

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NPR Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to Alexandra Fuller, author of, Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood, her memoir about growing up white in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, during the civil war that led to independence and black majority rule. Fuller's parents were tobacco farmers.