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Soviet Non-Capitalist Development: The Case of Nasser's Egypt Hardcover – April 10, 1989

ISBN-13: 978-0275931353 ISBN-10: 0275931358

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"A thoughtful, readable, innovative and carefully documented piece of economic history. There is no doubt that it is a contribution to our understanding not only of the Soviet theory of Third World development but also of Third World nationalist leaders' policies of economic development and political independence."-Robert L. Heilbroner, Norman Thomas Professor of Economics

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This clear, comprehensive book examines the theoretical, ideological, and political aspects of the official Soviet approach to Third World economic development.

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