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Perestroika and the Developing World-Report on a Conference in Moscow

The Soviet Union's approach now seems to be that while it would honour the free choice of every country and would do its utmost to bring about an international order where such a free choice could be exercised, its own view would be that in the present stage of the development of capitalist forces, the developing countries would be well advised to attempt to bring about 'democratic' or 'civilised' capitalism rather than try to by pass that stage altogether. In doing this they should evolve, internally, a kind of popular front approach in alliance with different class forces within the society and, externally, accept the international division of labour.

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