Who's No. 1?

Corwin, Julie
June 1994
U.S. News & World Report;6/13/94, Vol. 116 Issue 23, p16
Advises that each year, scholars provide the United Nations a `human-development index,' ranking nations according to how well their people do in such areas as life expectancy, education and purchasing power. The 1994 report card shows Canada as the world leader, followed by Switzerland, Japan, Sweden and Norway. Findings on rich and poor, war, drugs and migration.


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