Diebold Jr., William; Despard, Lucy Edwards
December 1979
Foreign Affairs;Winter79/80, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p421
This section provides an overview of the book Appropriate Technologies for Third World Development, edited by Austin Robinson.


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