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Review: Fatalism And Development: Nepal's Struggle For ModernizationUser Review - Northpapers - Goodreads
While I was in Kathmandu on vacation, I asked the president of a local university if he could recommend any books. I felt enchanted and a little baffled by the social movements I saw around me. And ... Read full review
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