Shooting Down ASATs

Shooting Down ASATs

the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) reduces the incentives to Egyptian fanners to harvest their own grains. AID projects also tend to siphon off Egypt's top talent, as well as to favor the use of American-made (rather than locally manufactured) machinery and materials. Such facts have led to charges that the United States-creating "production disin- centives" and cultivating dependency-is guilty of exploiting Egypt for its own economic ends.
Weinbaum rejects that notion,...

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