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Third World in Soviet Perspective

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The Third World in Soviet Perspective consists of translations of a representative selection of essays on numerous aspects of the developing areas by prominent and promising Soviet scholars. They deal with Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and range over such subjects as economic development, class relationships, political forces, and agrarian reform, with some discussion of more general problems of Soviet research.

Originally published in 1964.

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