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The Dependency Movement: Scholarship and Politics in Development Studies

The Dependency Movement: Scholarship and Politics in Development Studies

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In the first comprehensive of dependency theory, its origins, substantive claims, and methods. He analyzes the movement comparatively and sociologically as a significant episode in inter-American and North-South cultural relations. In his account, the positive intellectual contributions of , as well as their role in the costly politicization of U.S. , become evident and comprehensible.

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