Essay heading: Modernization Theory

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It can be argued that having a rigid set of “yellow bricks” to follow does not mean you will end up at the intended destination. One barrier to development could be simply geographical. However, there are other variables. As stated in A Global Agenda: Issues Before the 54th General Assembly, “Underlying all these initiatives [for development] is the assumption that poverty eradication and good governance are inseparable […] because good governance brings about a proper balance among state action, the private sector, civil society, and the communities themselves” (Tessitore 105)...
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The reason for this is that if a state has poor leadership it will directly affect its ability to develop. Take for instance, Saddam Hussein, perhaps one reason his country could not develop was that he kept all the wealth for himself. Maybe if Hussein would have dispersed the wealth throughout his country, improving education and encouraging invention, then possibly his country could have better developed...
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