The author reassesses the U.S. role in a New International Economic Order and calls for greater responsibility by the less developed nations in the successful fulfillment of this global economic plan. He emphasizes that there are compelling economic and political reasons for making interdependence work. Also needed is a comprehensive strategy toward developing nations which rethinks current foreign aid efforts. The author suggests that the U.S. must lead in a multilateral effort of rights along with responsibilities.
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