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Development Works

Number 4, August 2012

Published on in “General, Religion & Spirituality”, language — English. 6 pages.
The United States has spent much of its 250 years of independence as a leading industrial nation, and for the past several decades, it has enjoyed "superpower" status. Today, most Americans see the country as a global leader—it’s part of our national identity. Opinions vary, though, as to what this type of leadership means in practice—how it should affect the nation’s actions. More
The Development Works series is comprised of seven short essays that make the case for effective international development assistance. These papers tell stories about people who are improving their lives with the help of U.S. development assistance, and clear up common misconceptions about development. More

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