By Keith M. Henderson, O. P. Dwivedi
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P. 345. ), Leading Issues in Economic Development (New York: Oxford University Press, 1970), p. 7. Susanne Bodenheimer, ‘The Ideology of Developmentalism: American Political Science’s Paradigm – Surrogate for Latin American Studies’, Berkeley Journal of Sociology, vol. 15 (1970), pp. 95–137. Garth N. Jones, ‘Frontiersmen in Search for the “Lost 24 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Development Administration: An Overview Horizon”’, Public Administration, vol. 36, no. 1 (January– February 1976), p. 99.
Although the media continue to project 22 Development Administration: An Overview a negative image of bureaucracy as being bloated, inefﬁcient, status-conscious and authoritarian, it is not totally cynical or bereft of idealism and dedication. The next few years are going to be crucial for Third World politicians and administrators as they make efforts to lift up their people from the quagmire of poverty, malnutrition and underprivilege. The challenge before the leaders and administrators of the Third World is this: to achieve the developmental objectives of basic human needs (the provision of food, appropriate habitat, health and education), as well as social justice, removal of poverty, and self-reliance with very limited resources.
The second decade of development had lost its impetus by the late 1960s. A spirit of frustration and despair with development administration and with development in general had set in. It appeared evident that externallyinduced modernisation had failed to eradicate the basic problems of underdevelopment that it purported to solve. While some signiﬁcant increases of GNP had indeed taken place, poverty, disease and hunger had either worsened or remained unaltered. The same could be said of the growing gap between the rich and poor nations, not to mention that between different social strata within nations.
Bureaucracy and the Alternatives in World Perspective by Keith M. Henderson, O. P. Dwivedi