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Ward, The Angry Seventies, The Second Development Decade: A Call to the Church.

Ward, The Angry Seventies, The Second Development Decade: A Call to the Church.

Ward, Barbara (Lady Jackson). The Angry Seventies, The Second Development Decade: A Call to the Church. A Study Paper prepared at the request of the Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace, Rome, 1970. Second Edition. Rome, Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace, 1971. 21cm x 15cm. 70 pages. Original Softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. With several markings and underlinings in the text.

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The “Export Cities”/ the population explosion/ agricultural stagnation/ manufacturing and urban growth/ the technological gap/ the angry seventies/ the “Green Revolution”/ the urban counterpart/ employment possibilities/ urban investment/ family and environment/ the need for policy/ world inequality/ the New Radicalism/ disillusion with aid/ the scale of need/ the politics of aid/ general principles/ new paths in agriculture/ urban strategy/ investment in industry/ social infastructure/ trade relations/ a Christian response/ the Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace/ Vatican City etc.
Barbara Ward (Lady Jackson), British economist, author, lecturer, Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace/ the Albert Schweitzer Chair of International Economic Development at Columbia University/ Smith College, Fordham, Columbia and Harvard/ served as governor of the British Broadcasting Corporation and the Old Vic Theatre/ her books include: “Faith and Freedom”, ″ Five Ideas that Changed the World”, “Rich Nations and Poor Nations”, “Poverty and Politics”/ married to Commander Jackson

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