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Things Fall Apart: pride comes before a fall
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This 6 page paper considers 'Things Fall Apart', written by Chinua Achebe. The writer considers both the story and the dialogue of the work, how they bring together an understanding of life and death, pride and prejudice within the Ibo people and the relying impact of the arrival of the white man. The bibliography cites 1 source.
Filename: TEachebe.wps

Third World Debt Relief
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A 20 page paper discussing poverty alleviation in developing nations. Developed nations have been lending to poor ones for years, with the intention of assisting them achieve economic growth. The purpose of the desired growth is to lift the people of these nations from the abject poverty in which so many live. “From misery to poverty” is the aim that international financial institutions (IFIs) have had in taking on their “consulting” roles to the governments of poor nations. But as spending more than is available is not sustainable at the household level, neither is it sustainable at the macroeconomic level. Many of these nations carry such crushing debt that they seek to borrow additional funds merely to pay the interest on the loans they already have. The purpose here is to explore at least two alternatives to hopeless national debt. The paper discusses the HIPC Initiative for debt forgiveness and issues related to building an export-driven economy. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: KSglo3rdDebt.rtf

Too Many Mouths To Feed?
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This 9 page paper looks at the hypothesis that there is hunger in the developing world due to there being too many mouths to feed. The issues discussed include the natural conditions the supply of food, population control and better framing techniques, including genetic engineering. After this the paper looks at the problem on a global level, considering it to be problem of distribution rather than supply. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEhunger.wps

Tourism in Zimbabwe
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of tourism in Zimbabwe. This paper considers some of the issues in that country. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

Trade Developing Countries
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This 8 page paper discusses how developing countries have fared with trade reforms and globalization. An emphasis is placed on Africa. The data are dismal. While more open trade has helped some nations, others are worse off now than they were twenty years ago. For instance, low income developing countries account for more than 40 percent of the world's population but they have access to only 3 percent of the world market. The essay provides an overview of world trade as it affects developing nations and the pressure being put on them to reform. The problems inhibiting African trade are identified. Data are included. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGafrtr.rtf

Traditional African Healers
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Within the traditional healing practices of Africa, the person is but one element of a wide spectrum of factors brought together in order to maintain balance and health. This 8 page paper explores the role of the traditional healer, diviner and herbalist in the changing health care paradigm of Africa. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: KTafrhlr.wps

Tragedy and Triumph: Viktor Frankl and Nelson Mandela
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A 3 page exploration of how tragedy can be turned into a positive impetus for strength and triumph. The author uses Frankl and Mandela as examples. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPtragedyStrength.rtf

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This 15 page report discusses the north Africa nation of Tunisia. Situated between Algeria and Libya, Tunisia is a surprising combination of social progressiveness, economic stability, and traditional culture. Once the location of one of the ancient world's most important city-states, Carthage, Tunisia has maintained a uniqueness and stability not found in the majority of African nations. Located between Algeria and Libya, the desert and coastal nation has a population of approximately 9 million people. Its progressive government has steadily improved Tunisia's economic and development status, leading it to a political and social stability virtually non-existent in Africa. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWtunis.rtf

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