Conflicts of interest: Canada and the Third World
Ten activists, scholars, and writers analyze contemporary development issues linking Canada and the Third World, and provide an in-depth critique of Canada's role in perpetuating poverty in the nations of the South. Widely adopted as a course text at the college and university level.
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