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October 1981's Issue

The West has again been roused by a convincing call to conquer world poverty. ‘North South: A Programme for Survival’, issued by an influential body led by German ex-Chancellor Willy Brandt has slowly gained respectful international attention. But will all this really aid world poverty? Guest editor Brian Wren of the UK group Third World First asks what lies behind the Report and where it leads.

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Dialogue Of The Deaf

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The Facts

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Playing For Keeps

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Letters

  • 1 Oct 1981
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The Magic Carpet

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Poor Foundations

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Philippines

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Pyramid Power

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Book Reviews

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Southern Solidarity

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Update

  • 1 Oct 1981
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World Class

  • 1 Oct 1981
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Ideas For Action

  • 1 Oct 1981
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