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These youths are consumers without being producers, a situation that further inhibits the savings that are prerequisite to an economic 'takeoff. ' 913 Any suggestion from the West that the problem lies within the LDCs themselves is likely to be met with outright rejection . Recommendations for population control are sometimes seen as a disguised form of genocide to perpetuate the neocolonialism that holds the LDCs in bondage . Assertions that the capital base for development has to come mainly from within the third world are dismissed with accusations of selfishness.

It enables many LDCs to purchase high-technology arms, which some of them pass on to less-wealthy compatriots. 52 Whatever the disutility for the superpowers' active use of military forces, the seizure of people, embassies, and ships, and events in Lebanon and Grenada are only a few recent examples where intervention might be required . " Summing up, then, we shall approach the chapters that follow with the following assumptions: 1 . There are serious problems ahead for the third world countries to which they are not likely to find real solutions and with which the free and Communist worlds will be either unwilling or unable to help .

36 For a long time, the USSR was able to compete with the United States for arms markets with certain advantages . Of course, its armaments had less frills and were, in some ways, more suited to the harsh environments of many parts of the third world than were those of the industrialized West . More importantly, however, the Soviets offered the arms at discounted prices and on very favorable credit terms. 37 Possibly, these rate hikes have been motivated by the increasing need for hard currency earnings required for purchases in the West and by the complaints of managers of the domestic economy that the arms spending was being done at the expense of the production of consumer goods for the Soviet people themselves-which became another high-priority item when Khrushchev came to power.

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