Hunger, Corruption, and Betrayal: A Primer on U.S. Neocolonialism and the Philippine Crisis

Alejandro Lichauco

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The story of how the post-war imperialism of the U.S. IMF-WB Group reduced what was the preeminent developing ecomony in the Asia-Pacific in the 50s to the humanitarian disaster that it is today where 80% of the population live in hunger conditions.

An introduction to development economics and the post-war economic history of the Philippines as a neocolony of the U.S.

Lang: English

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