By: Stephen Hellinger, Douglas Hellinger and Fred M O'Regan
Traces the history of development assistance, concentrating on the role of the World Bank, AID, and smaller US organisations. `An eloquent indictment of how US assistance to the people of the Third World has contributed to the progressive modernization of their poverty. The authors cut through the rhetoric and cliches of Washington.' Fantu Cheru
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