A comparison between industrial priorities for economic development in underdeveloped areas and for recuperation from thermonuclear war in developed countries. A theoretical discussion precedes a presentation of the similarity of industrial priorities in the two contexts. Some possible implications of these results for U.S. policy are also discussed.
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