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Robert S. McNamara • 23 Items / 7 Books, 14 Articles, 2 Films
One Hundred Countries, Two Billion People (1973)
The Dimensions of Development
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  1. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (16 Reviews)
    Aid As Imperialism, by Teresa Hayter
    1. Aid As Imperialism by Teresa Hayter
    2. Aid Performance and Development Policies of Western Countries by Bruce Dinwiddy
    3. Bad Blood Among Brothers by Derek V. Schuster
    4. Health and the Developing World by John H. Bryant
    5. The Ideologies of the Developing Nations by Paul E. Sigmund
    6. Military Aid and Counterrevolution in the Third World by Miles D. Wolpin
    7. The Nuremberg Fallacy by Eugene Davidson
    8. One Hundred Countries, Two Billion People by Robert S. McNamara
    9. Power and Equilibrium in the 1970s by Alastair Buchan
    10. The Reform of Power by Leonard Beaton
    11. Rich Against Poor: The Reality of Aid by C.R. Hensman
    12. SALT: Implications for Arms Control in the 1970s by William R. Kintner and Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., ...
    13. The Structure of Protection in Developing Countries by Bela A. Balassa
    14. Three Worlds of Development by Irving Louis Horowitz
    15. The United Nations in Perspective by E. Berkeley Tompkins
    16. World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators by Charles Lewis Taylor and Michael C. Hudson
    Orbis, Spring 1973, pp. 277-279
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    Political Book Notes (19 Reviews)
    America and the World Political Economy, by David P. Calleo and Benjamin M. Rowland
    1. America and the World Political Economy by David P. Calleo and Benjamin M. Rowland
    2. The American Disease by David F. Musto
    3. The B.S. Factor by Arthur Herzog
    4. Changing Women in a Changing Society by Joan Huber
    5. The Chinese Difference by Joseph Kraft
    6. Good Times by Peter Joseph
    7. Home From the War by Robert Jay Lifton
    8. I.Q. in the Meritocracy by Richard J. Herrnstein
    9. Indispensable Enemies by Walter Karp
    10. One Hundred Countries, Two Billion People by Robert S. McNamara
    11. The Open Prison by Sol Chaneles
    12. The Politics of Lying by David Wise
    13. Public Administration as Political Process by John Rehfuss
    14. A Public Citizen's Action Manual by Donald K. Ross
    15. SDS by Kirkpatrick Sale
    16. The Second Crash by Charles D. Ellis
    17. Strategy for a Living Revolution by George Lakey
    18. Structural Reform of the Federal Budget Process by William A. Niskanen
    19. Your Right to Know by Charles W. Whalen
    The Washington Monthly, May 1973, pp. 61-66