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It does not propose formulas and ‘models’ or ‘aid and assistance’ plans. Another development requires that within the United Nations, in governments and among the elites, the vain pretension be done away with that the final objective is already known and that it is technically possible to define the programme of aid and planning that will show the way to the wonder world. Therefore, the starting-point is completely opposite to that which inspired the unsuccessful ‘development decades’. ied ir, the Third World in order to bring it closer to the industrialized world.

There the weight of an urbanization is based on craftsmanship and, in the strict sense, on the manufactures deriving from the strength of the bazaar-that inheritance of the Middle Ages-and all of it is organized through a cultural tradition based on hierarchies and exclusions much more differentiating than those to be found in Asian agrarian feudalism, itself already deteriorated by centuries of- submission to multiple cornprador bourgeois&. Similarly, the richness of social situations derived from the coexistence of different forms of production, reorganized by neo-colonialism, succeeded in liquidating the traditional agrarian basis of many countries of black Africa, without substituting for it an urban-industrial or urban-mercantile economy able to survive without colonialist ties.

Their smallness makes the application of modem technology costly and impracticable. Yet in the absence of other employment opportunities, small peasant holdings use labour more intensively and their I:md and water resources more carefully. In contrast large traditional estates that monopolize the land in some countries are wasteful of their natural resources. Where they could modernize or mechanize, they prefer to use low-productivity labour. And when they do modernize, they often displace manpower, which, in a situation of large-scale unemployment, is socially and politically harmful.

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