This reflection on the situation in the countries of the global South examines their shared but diverse experiences of the hard facts of poverty and exclusion in the world of capitalist globalization.
Edition/Copyright:06 Cover: Paperback Publisher:Zed Books Published: 05/14/2006 International: No
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John Saul a professor emeritus of political science at York University, Toronto
'John Saul is one of Canada's most persuasive pubic commentators on Southern African politics. (He also) has been enormously influential in academic circles, in part because he demonstrates how a flexible and non-dogmatic Marxism can bring fresh insights. - Jonathan Crush, Queens' University, review of Saul's earlier book, Socialist Ideology and the Struggle for Southern Africa, in Southern Africa Report magazine '[Saul's] writings are all about instilling hope and learning from failure.... He is in a sort of underground, alternate Canadian tradition to the internationalism of Lester Pearson, (one that) includes Dr. Norman Bethune who worked in China in the 1930s and Dr. Chris Giannou today.' - Rick Salutin, leading Canadian author and columnist, writing in The Toronto Globe and Mail '[Saul's] greatest contribution (has been) sharing ideas, criticizing and giving advice -reminding us that we should base our ideology on the concrete realities of our country and people, not on ready-made manuals imported from the Soviet Union; that we should always ensure the participation of the people in decision-making, and make socialism not just a slogan but a real objective.' - Jorge Rebelo, poet, long-time Frelimo (Mozambique) activist, and cabinet minister in the first government of a liberated Mozambique 'John Saul's work is ... provocative, sometimes uncomfortable, but always forward-looking and constructive intervention.'' - Colin Leys, scholar and author 'John Saul is a scholar activist who has devoted his working life to participation on the intellectual front-line of the '30 years war' in Southern Africa.' - Victoria Brittain, journalist and writer
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Introduction: Development Theory Then and Now Dependency: Coauthored with Colin Leys Globalization, Imperialism, Development: False Binaries and Radical Resolutions Identifying Class, Classifying Difference The Struggle, Intellectual and Political, Continues Conclusion: Reviving Development Theory as Continuing Anti-Imperialist Resistance and Local Revolutionary Practice Introduction: Development Theory Then and Now Dependency: Coauthored with Colin Leys Globalization, Imperialism, Development: False Binaries and Radical Resolutions Identifying Class, Classifying Difference The Struggle, Intellectual and Political, Continues Conclusion: Reviving Development Theory as Continuing Anti-Imperialist Resistance and Local Revolutionary Practice
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