Who Prospers? How Cultural Values Shape Economic and Political Success

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Index
Abe Masahiro, 123
Abraham, Henry, 218
Achieving Society, The ( McClelland), 68, 232
Affirmative action, 190-91, 212-14, 216-17
Africa, 4, 41, 150, 193, 194, 200-201, 215, 216
Africans, 151
Afrocentrism, 214-17
Agriculture: in Brazil, 34; in Japan, 88-89, 121-22; in Korea, 99, 102; in Mexico, 178; in Spain, 67-68; in Taiwan, 88-89,91, 92; in United States, 167-68, 177
AIDS, 216
Alfonso XII, 72
Allende, Salvador, 59
Alliance for Progress, 2, 8
Almond, Gabriel, 234-36
Amato, Mario, 40
America Now ( Harris), 205-6, 233
Arango, E. Ramón, 58-59
Argentina, 5, 13, 61, 70, 166, 223; authoritarianism and, 13; Brazil vs., 42-43, 45-49; as development-resistant country, 16-19; economic indicators, 35, 42; geography of, 6; immigration to, 45-47; military in, 53; resource endowment, 5-6, 42
Arias Navarro, Carlos, 73
Aristide, Jean-Bertrand, 156, 200
Australia, 6
Authoritarianism: of African cultures, 215, 216; in Argentina, 13; in Brazil, 28, 30-34, 40; child-rearing practices and, 14, in Confucianism, 115; in Japan, 13, 132, 139-40; in Korea, 13, 82-86, 100, 101, 104, 105; in Latin America, 12-14; in Spain, 15, 53, 56, 57, 60-65; in Taiwan, 13, 82-86
Authority, 12-13; in United States, 226
Bahamas, 195-98
Bakufu, 120-23, 139
Bandeirantes e Pioneiros ( Moog), 29
Banfield, Edward, 20, 56, 80, 135
Barbados, 5, 195-98, 225
Barbosa, María Lucía Victor, 40
Basque provinces, 66
Benedict, Ruth, 137-39, 143
Betts, Katherine, 157
Bilingual education, 177, 184-91
Birdzell, L. E., Jr., 121
Black Americans, 23, 150, 155, 192-217; affirmative action and, 212-14, 216-17; Afrocentrism of, 214-17; culture of, 206- 11; discrimination against, 198-99, 202, 207, 210-11; education of, 182, 195, 196- 97, 202, 203, 211-12; freedmen and their descendants, 194-95; ghettos and, 192-93, 204-12, 245-46; from Haiti, 199- 200; historical overview of, 193-201; from Liberia, 200-201, 216; occupations of, 197-98, 203; political participation by, 202-3, 213, 217; racial revolution and, 201-4; racism and, 192, 198-99, 207, 210- 11; social indicators of, 196-97, 201-12; West Indians, 195-98; see also Slavery
Black Bourgeoisie ( Frazier), 204
Bloom, Allan, 233, 242-43
Borjas, George, 152, 154, 155, 178, 183, 185
Brasil 2,000 ( Jaguaribe), 50
Brazil, 6, 22, 27-50, 70, 136, 204, 223; Afri-

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