Uganda: The Asian Exiles

“The first major tyrannical act of Idi Amin was to expel the Ugandans of Asian background, including those born there. I was there during the expulsion and played a role in trying to ameliorate the damages.”- Thomas P. Melady

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Idi Amin Dada

“As a former Ambassador to Uganda, during the very difficult and some would say dangerous times of Idi Amin, my wife and I relate in some detail the situation in Uganda while he was the dictator.”-Thomas P. Melady 

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Witness to the Faith

This book is a collection of speeches given at a National Convention of the Catholic Campaign for America by a variety of political, media, and education figures in the interest of recalling America to a reawakening of Judeo-Christian values.

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Burundi: The Tragic Years

A history of the several near-genocides that took place in Burundi, including the one toward the end of Thomas Melady’s assignment as Ambassador (1969-1972).

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Development: lessons for the future

In this book, Dr. R.B. Suhartono, based on his experiences in the development work of the U.N., and Amb. Melady, primarily based on his experiences in Ethiopia, write about lessons learned.

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House divided

This book is a call to American conscience to take an active and strategic role in overcoming the divisions and healing the wounds inflicted on the human family by poverty, race, and distorted religious understanding.

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