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Help or hindrance? : United States economic aid in Central America

Author: Kevin Danaher; Phillip Berryman; Medea Benjamin; Institute for Food and Development Policy (Oakland, Calif.)
Publisher: [San Francisco, CA] : Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1987.
Series: Food first development report, 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This report addresses three central question. (1) Does U.S. aid to Central America benefit the majority of Central Americans? (2) Does our foreign aid to Central America serve the interests of the majority of U.S. citizens? (3) How might U.S. aid play a more positive role in the region?
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Danaher, Kevin.
Help or hindrance?
[San Francisco, CA] : Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1987
(OCoLC)648480759
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Danaher; Phillip Berryman; Medea Benjamin; Institute for Food and Development Policy (Oakland, Calif.)
OCLC Number: 17659980
Notes: "September 1987."
Description: 105 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Food first development report, 1.
Responsibility: Kevin Danaher, Phillip Berryman, Medea Benjamin.

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This report addresses three central question. (1) Does U.S. aid to Central America benefit the majority of Central Americans? (2) Does our foreign aid to Central America serve the interests of the majority of U.S. citizens? (3) How might U.S. aid play a more positive role in the region?

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