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Social Science Developing Countries

Conflicts of Interest

Canada and the Third World

edited by Jamie Swift & Brian Tomlinson

Between the Lines
Initial publish date
May 1991
Developing Countries, General
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    May 1991
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Ten activists, scholars, and writers analyze contemporary development issues linking Canada and the Third World, and provide an in-depth critique of Canada’s role in perpetuating poverty in the nations of the South. Widely adopted as a course text at the college and university level.

About the authors

Kingston writer Jamie Swift is the author of a dozen books, most recently The Vimy Trap, or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great War (with Ian McKay), finalist for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing and the Canadian Historical Association Prize for the Best Scholarly Book in Canadian History. He has held the Michener Foundation fellowship for public service journalism and was a longtime documentary producer for CBC-Radio’s “Ideas.” In addition to the writing life, he is a social justice advocate. He taught “Critical Perspectives on Business” at the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University for many years.

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