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Indigenous Development and the Developing World

Guy Hunter

Development Policy Review, 1974, vol. A7, issue 2, 61-82

Abstract: ‘The problem is not to wipe the slate clean in undeveloped countries, and to write our own technical and economic equations on it, but to recognise that different countries have a different language of social action; and possess, and indeed have long exercised, peculiar aptitudes for solving the problems of their own time and place; aptitudes which must be further developed in the historic setting of their own past to meet the exigencies of the present and the future.’2

Date: 1974
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