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Nobel Prize for Economics

piece, does not have the least doubt, that this rate has accelerated significantly in the more recent years. What, however, puzzles him is the inequity in the distribution of essential foodgrains, in the dissemination of educational opportunities, in the system of distribution of health and other welfare facilities despite this high rate of growth; he is particularly aghast a: the discrimination against women and children, the deprivation they go through ought to put to shame, he feels, the socialist, demo- cratic pretensions of the ruling politicians.

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