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The Story of Aid

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 September 2018

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Aid is more than an organized effort to transfer resources from the affluent to the poor. It is also a message to the world and a medium of communication. Who we are as a people and what we stand for as a nation are implicit in the choices we make in our aid programs and are revealed by the manner in which we pursue them.

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Copyright © Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs 1978

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