Growth Without Development: Past and Present Development Efforts in Amazonia, by Emilio F. Moran; Development and Amazonian Indians: The Aquarico Case and Some General Principles, by William T. Vickers; Forest to Pasture: Frontier Settlement in the Bolivian Lowlands, by Allyn MacLean Stearman; Entrepreneurs and Bureaucrats: The Rise of an Urban Middle Class, by Darrel Miller; Crop Production Systems in the Amazon Basin, by J. J. NicholaIDes III, P. A. Sánchez, D. E. Bandy, J. H. Villachica, A. J. Coutu, and C. S. Valverde; Cattle Ranching in the Eastern Amazon: Environmental and Social Implications, by Susanna Hecht; Amazonian Fisheries, by Michael Goulding; Precipitating Change in Amazonia, by Thomas E. Lovejoy and Eneas Salati; Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Development of the Amazon, by Darrell A. Posey; Peasant and Capitalist Production in the Brazilian Amazon: A Conceptual Framework for the Study of Frontier Expansion, by Charles H. Wood; Stochastic Modeling in Human Carrying-Capacity Estimation: A Tool for Development Planning in Amazonia, by Philip M. Fearnside; Government-Directed Settlement in the 1970s: An Assessment of Transamazon Highway Colonization, by Emilio F. Moran; Development of the Brazilian Amazon: Prospects for the 1980s, by Dennis J. Mahar.
Book Review| November 01 1983
The Dilemma of Amazonian Development
The Dilemma of Amazonian Development. Edited by Moran, Emilio F..
1983. . Pp.
347. . $25.00.
Hispanic American Historical Review (1983) 63 (4): 807.
The Dilemma of Amazonian Development. Hispanic American Historical Review 1 November 1983; 63 (4): 807. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00182168-63.4.807
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