Towards Self-sufficiency in the South
We have now looked upon both the existing power structure in the international economy, studied from a “bilateral” point of view, and upon the effects of this structure on employment, essentials, equality, and democracy. Having done this, we may now attempt to draw some “trilateral” conclusions, about how each of our three main regions may be judging the relative merits of the two other groups as partners for co-operation, and also how the Southern trade system is likely to develop.
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