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Author Name:    MILNER, Philip (ed.) WARD, Barbara STANFIELD, Robert L. RAMPHAL, Shridath S.

Title:   Human Development Through Social Change. Proceedings of St. Francis Xavier University's International Symposium Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversaryof the Antigonish Movement, 1928-1978, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

Publisher:    Formac Publishing Co., Antigonish, N.S., 1979, ISBN:0887800327 

Seller ID:   90729

MILNER, Philip (ed.). Human Development Through Social Change. Proceedings of St. Francis Xavier University's International Symposium Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Antigonish Movement, 1928-1978, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Antigonish, N.S.: Formac Publishing Co. Limited, (1979). Pp [1]-228,(6). Illustrated. 8vo, black and white card covers. Contents :Hon. Allan J. MacEachern's “Canadian Approaches to Co-operation: The Antig onish Movement and Canada's International Responsibilities”; Sir Shridath S. Ramphal's “Human Development: Defining the Problem”; Barbara Ward's “I cannot tell you how sad I am that I am unable to be with you at this great conference”: transcription of a taped message”; Msgr. Joseph Gremillion's “A Global Overview of Development Problems and Their Solutions”; Barbara Ward's “A Futuristic Outlook: Solutions to the Problems of Development”; Michel Dupuy's “Canada's Role in Development and CIDA's Relationship with the Coady International Institute”; Archbishop Peter Dery's “A Homily: “These things, even poorly said, should be spoken...”; Father Theodore Hesburgh's “Human Development and the Future in the Third and Fourth Worlds”; Hon. Robert L. Stanfield's “Human Development through Change in Social Institutions: What Government Can and Cannot Do”; and responses. Spine worn and torn, coversrubbed, wrinkling to lower margins, else good only. As is. 40.00


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