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Moving Up Out of Poverty: What Does Democracy Have to Do With It?
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CDDRL Working Papers, page(s): 29

August 2004

Morally and analytically, there is no more vexing phenomenon than the persistence of mass poverty. Over the past half-century, remarkable gains have been made in reducing infant mortality, extending life expectancy, raising levels of income and education, reducing the incidence of severe diseases-and even effectively eliminating a few diseases (USAID, 2003).

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