Rethinking Development takes a new look at scientific, romantic and teleological formulations of development, showing how conventional concepts of development prevent us from seeing its negative consequences. It argues that development will generate democracy, but not easily. Instead of presenting a single dogmatic theory of development, Professor Apter gives scholars and students of political and social change an articulate and original view of development.
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