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Western Michigan University

1973

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An Examination Of Countervailing Forces In Canadian Foreign Policy, James F. Hettinger Aug 1973

An Examination Of Countervailing Forces In Canadian Foreign Policy, James F. Hettinger

Master's Theses

Preface

Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau pointed out in 1968 that some seventy percent of Canadian foreign policy is directly affected by the relationship of Canada and the United States. Trudeau expressed hope that ways could be found to derive maximum independence from the remaining thirty percent. At the same time, Trudeau pointed out the need to decrease the presence of the United States in Canada's foreign policy. One of the ways Trudeau proposed to meet these objectives was the expanded use of countervailing forces. Since the time of this statement, Trudeau has turned words to actions, seeking a wider ...


Citizen Participation In The Genesee County Model Cities Program: A Narrative History And A Test Of Four Hypotheses, Gloria Jean Quinney Aug 1973

Citizen Participation In The Genesee County Model Cities Program: A Narrative History And A Test Of Four Hypotheses, Gloria Jean Quinney

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Racial Integration And Educational Policy In Kenya, Suhashni Datta Aug 1973

Racial Integration And Educational Policy In Kenya, Suhashni Datta

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Conflicting Perspectives And Policies: An Analysis Of The Failure Of The United Nations Capital Development Fund, Marjon Vashti Kamara Aug 1973

Conflicting Perspectives And Policies: An Analysis Of The Failure Of The United Nations Capital Development Fund, Marjon Vashti Kamara

Master's Theses

The United Nations Capital Development Fund was established by the U. N. General Assembly under Resolution 2168 (XXI) of 13 December 1966. Its expressed purpose was to assist developing countries in the development of their economies by supplementing existing sources of capital assistance by means of grants and loans, particularly long-term loans made free of interest or at low interest rates.

More than its actual or potential role, the Fund has a symbolic meaning for the developing nations. To them, it represents the best hope of overcoming their problem of capital shortage. It symbolizes also the expected role of the ...


The Socialist Evolvement Of The Cuban Revolution 1948-1960, Ross E. Chapman May 1973

The Socialist Evolvement Of The Cuban Revolution 1948-1960, Ross E. Chapman

Honors Theses

Fidel Castro came to power in Cuba after a surprisingly powerless Batista fled the country during the early morning hours of January 1, 1959. Joyous celebration swept the country as Castro made his triumphant journey across the island, leaving his hideout of two years in the Sierra Maestra for Havana. The revolution had succeeded in over throwing the hated Batista, for whom almost all elements of Cuban society felt disdain. The people were rejoicing at his overthrow* let most had little conception of what was to come. Fidel Castro, outside of being a popular hero, was a little known commodity ...