The springtime of freedom; evolution of developing societies.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1965.

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Subjects Democracy.
Démocratie.
Estados nuevos -- Política.
Économie politique.
Newly independent states -- Politics and government.
Nouveaux États -- Politique et gouvernement.
Description xi, 330 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 292-309) Bibliography: pages 310-318.
Contents pt. 1. Portrait of Transitional Man -- The Transitional Village -- The Transitional City -- Implications -- part 2. The Quest for Bread -- History's Models -- Europe's Drive to Abundance -- The Soviet Example -- The Japanese Model -- History's Relevance -- Finding the Money --- Transforming the Village and Its Land -- Industrialization -- Transforming Men -- The Need for Creative Innovators -- Implications -- The Role in Advanced Regions -- The Role of Foreign Enterprise -- Balancing World Trade -- Foreign Aid -- The Future's Promise -- part 3. The Search for Freedom -- The Battlefronts of Freedom -- India -- Bolivia -- The Dilemmas of Nation-Building -- The Authoritarian Solution -- China: The Asian Colossus -- Ghana: The Price of Nkrumah -- Indonesia: Rebels in Paradise -- The Inadequacies of an Authoritarian Solution -- The First Springtime of Freedom: Europe -- The Social Origins of a Liberal Polity: The Case of Europe -- The Failure of Democracy in Nineteenth-Century -- Europe -- Implications -- Bread and Fredom: The Pluralistic Approach -- Responding to the Social Challenge -- Responding to the Economic Challenge -- Responding to the Political Challenge -- "All Peoples of the Globe Together Sail."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)268729
(OCoLC)ocm00268729
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WorldCat Identities McCord, William Maxwell, 1930-
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