Third World Countries What Makes Them so Poor
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- Mike Hanson
- April 5, 2022
When it comes to raising two separate worlds in the same era, so many things need our special consideration. The big divide between the first world and the third world countries is not only about the economic independence and the rate of development they are offered, but the question is who will decide the fate of the two worlds. Mostly the people of third world countries suffer at the hands of those who have the ruling power and subjugate the underprivileged sections of the world.
In the book about capitalism, you will find out that the world has never been like this for ages. Instead, when you study the economic history of the world, you will come to know about the challenges the world has to face after the First World War and how it has impacted the overall system of classes and divisions all over the world.
David Singerman, in his book about economic imperialism and history, raises his voice along with the other voices about the impact of capitalism and the world at large. He also mentions that the world is divided among the haves and the haves not, and that is primarily due to the effects of capitalism. Singerman takes towards the economic history of the world and helps you to understand the lopsided division of the world. Moreover, he also focuses on the emotional, financial, and environmental independence of all those people who belong to Third world countries.
However, one of the main reasons the first world countries can enjoy all the perks of industrialization and capitalism is because the people of the third world countries are jolted into the blast furnace which fumes with their sweat and blood and the powerful capitalistic society enjoys their economic growth and freedom.
Singerman not only highlights the economic and social issues that are mostly the core damaging factors in modern times but also makes sure that the issues, on the whole, are also addressed. Not only people belonging to third-world countries are given equal rights and independence, but those who are subjugating them are also brought to light.
The book about capitalism is not only focused on modern times and their impact on the world but also highlights the issues of history and what has led to the debacle of moral and social values after the Second world war.
If you have been a student of history or economic imperialism, this book will surely prove to be the best guide to help you understand the economic status of the world and how the difference between the have and the have-nots have been created. Thus, enabling us to understand that the third world countries are not only the product of capitalism and imperialism but it has also led to the decline of moral, social, and ethical values at large.
Singerman, in his book, raises all the vital questions that are important to understand in modern times and also provides us with relevant answers and solutions. The big void between the rich and the poor and the division between the supreme power and those who will remain at the working level is the major issue that needs to be resolved. Suppose the third world countries are poor, what has been done to improve their position, and what has led them to become poor at this point in their lives? All these questions have been raised and answered in the book by David Singerman.