Independence, Liberation, Revolution: An Approach to the Understanding of the Third World

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Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1987 - Business & Economics - 262 pages
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This is a comprehensive analysis of the Third World based on three historical currents: independence, liberation, and revolution. The author puts forth the philosophy that the struggle of the Third World for a new international economic, information, and communication order is interrelated with and parallel to the struggles in the capitlist and socialist worlds. It is primarily a book on communication--what takes place between peoples and their political, economic and cultural environments. From an historical viewpoit, the volume seeks to provide a link within seemingly disconnected world events.

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INTRODUCTION
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DEFINITION AND REDEFINITION
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AN INTEGRATED MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING
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nh /f Tran /i Van

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