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The making of a Just society

Author : Chester Bowles

That Homo sapiens, identifiable as a separate species for over a million years, should have seen the dawn of wisdom hardly 18 years ago is a surprising but nevertheless true fact of history.

Accession no           : 1004790

Language                :  English

Number of pages   :  117

Publisher                  : The university of Delhi


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Enlightened as the last few centuries have been, it has taken 300 years of scientific and industrial revolution and two devastating world wars for the leaders in most countries of the world to believe it practical to make benefits of civilization available to the whole of the human race. This belief has become the prime mover of ..the great contemporary global preoccupation with the building up of nationhood and accelerating economic development, following the emancipation of nearly 800 million people, and the heady freedom to destroy the old and build anew plucked by the leaders of another 700 million.


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