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Progress for the nations and ourselves

From the February 1991 issue of The Christian Science Journal

When we think of issues facing mankind as this century closes and another begins, there is probably none that seems more chronic or discouraging than the needs of the developing nations. Hunger, lack of clean water, the unrelenting burden of debt, the displacement of millions of refugees, and the ravages of disease and war have been incapacitating not only for the victims but often too for those who would try to help.