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"Technological change is a prime mover in the course of economic development. Historically, invention and innovation have led the process of growth in advanced countries. Imitation by less advanced countries affords them a short cut to higher levels of living."
The recent award of a grant of $3,000,000 to the University of Michigan by the Ford Foundation for long-torm development of non-Western and other international studies has thrown into relief the extensive network of international research activities that has been developing at that University....
"Cross-cultural vision" produces here an arresting contribution to the empirical study of symbol elaboration in politics. It is to be hoped that other scholars concerned with the historical and comparative study of ideology will be no less imaginative and exploratory. Professor Chang is in...
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