Jubillee 2000: Hope for the Poor

December 1999
Earth Island Journal;Winter99/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p25
Provides information on the Jubilee 2000, a worldwide debt-relief campaign for the third world countries. Role of debt in a country's poverty; Calls of the campaign.


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