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Maitland Lecture. The Developing World

I am delighted to have the opportunity to give this, the Maitland Lecture 1988. The title of my address is ‘The developing world’-the poor, economically backward countries of sub-Saharan Africa; the heavily indebted countries of South America; and the fast-developing, high growth, manufacturing countries of the Pacific Basin. Each of these regions has its own very different problems. Each must be viewed in different ways. The Rt. Hon. Edward Heath