Facing Social Revolution: The Personal Journey of a Quaker Economist

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Index
accountability, 33, 77, 80
under communism, 98
affirmation, need for, 9
African empires, 72
African Federation of Chambers of Commerce, 29
Agis, King of Sparta, 60
Agricultural Development Council, 113
agricultural output,
reductions because of
economic policy, 44
success in third world generally, 45
Algeria,
agricultural output in, 44
Allende, Salvador, 19
Almoravid movement, 72
American Friends Service
Committee, 39, 40
founding of, 69
policy statement, 109
projects in Africa, 116
publication on Salvadoran
land reform, 90
American revolution, 104
Anderson, Jack, 26
Andover, Phillips Academy, 13, 33
Austrian school of economics, 96
Bangladesh,
agricultural output in, 45
Barron's Financial Weekly, 26
Barton, Clifton, 82
Bedford, Duke of, 59
Berbers, 72
Berryman, Phillip, 90
Buthelezi, Gatsha, 30
Blum, Jerome, 105
Botswana,
agricultural output in, 45
Boulding, Kenneth, 6, 121
Brazil,
end of slavery, 75
jeito in, 82
Buck, Pearl, 114
Bukharin, Nikolay Ivanovich, 62
Burke, Edmund, 34
Butler, George, 114
Cali, Colombia,
land invasion in, 15
Calles, Plutarco Elias, 42
Cambridge University, 122
capital,
definition, 94
Carroll, Tom, 13
Cary, Stephen, 109
Castro, Fidel,
attitude of Mexican students, 20
my support for, 14
attitude of Bolivian students, 15
Central America, 70
champions,
and corruption, 41
as governors, 41
identification with western values, 50
mortality of, 41
power attracts or threatens, 41
who they are,
why they fail, 40, 42
Chapman, Stephen, 109
Chiang Kai-shek, 114
Cleomenes, King of Sparta, 60
Colombia,
lecture on land reform, 15

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