The Century of the Common Man

“I say that the century on which we are entering can be and must be the century of the common man… When the freedom-loving people march – when the farmers have an opportunity to buy land at reasonable prices and to sell the produce of their land through their own organizations, when workers have the opportunity to form unions and bargain through them collectively, and when the children of all the people have an opportunity to attend schools which teach them truths of the real world in which they live – when these opportunities are open to everyone, then the world moves straight ahead.” Henry A. Wallace


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Basic Needs
Ecologically-sound Development
Development has a Woman's Face