Human Rights and Economic Realities: Tradeoffs in Historical Perspective
Sylvia Ann Hewlett argues that the pursuit of rapid growth in the twentieth century has led to the denial of many political and social rights for the citizens of the Third World. She finds that contemporary tradeoffs between growth and equity are likely to be deeper and longer lasting than those typical of the original industrial revolution.
The Continuing Struggle for Democracy in Latin America, Howard J. Wiarda Reviewed by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Why Poor People Stay Poor: Urban Bias in World Development, Michael Lipton Reviewed by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Equality and Efficiency: The Big Tradeoff, Arthur M. Okun ; Generating Inequality: Mechanisms of Distribution in the U. S. Economy, Lester C. Thurow Reviewed by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
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