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Robert A Packenham
|Description:||viii, 362 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction The Dependency Perspective: Origins, Themes, Variations Generic Features of Holistic Dependency Unorthodox Dependency: Myths and Realities Specific Features of Unorthodox Dependency Varieties of Dependency Thinking Analytic Dependency and a Capitalist Situation (Brazil) Analytic Dependency and a Socialist Situation (Cuba) The Consumption of Dependency Ideas in Latin America Ex-Consumers and Nonconsumers in Latin America The Consumption of Dependency Ideas in the United States Politicizing the Academy: The Dependency Movement and LASA The Dependency Movement and the Impasse in Development Scholarship References Index|
|Responsibility:||Robert A. Packenham.|
A fascinating, relentless and extensively documented look at the politicization of the American academic community and what [the author] sees as its Marxist roots...It exposes many of the follies and