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The Development of the Economic and Political Orders
The Problem of the Developing Nations
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89th Congress achieve activity agriculture American Britain British capitalism capitalist cent central choice communism communist competition consumer cooperative corporate countries decisions demand democracy democratic direct doctrine economic order economic power economic system effect effort enterprise equality example exist fact fascism feudal forces freedom function gain goals governmental Gross National Product ideology important incentives income increasing Industrial Revolution industry investment John Kenneth Galbraith labor Labour party land leaders least Marx Marxist ment modern movement National Coal Board nations nomic Norway objectives operation organization output planning political and economic political order political power population principle problem production profit programs public ownership purposes regime regulation revolution rewards Russia Scandinavia Seymour Martin Lipset social socialist society Soviet Union structure Sweden Table tend theory tion United USSR values wages wealth Western workers