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November 1981's Issue

Godfrey Gunatilleke looks at Sri Lanka’s extraordinary progress in nutrition, health and education and asks whether it can be sustained in the 1980’s. A special report from one of the Third World’s poorest and most developed countries.

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The Facts

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Letters

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Life After Liptons

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Too Much Too Soon

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Too Much Too Soon

  • 1 Nov 1981
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One Nation Or Two?

  • 1 Nov 1981
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The Other J.r.

  • 1 Nov 1981
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People Of Sri Lanka

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Tanzania

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Book Reviews

  • 1 Nov 1981
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Tea And Times Roman

  • 1 Nov 1981
  • 0

Update

  • 1 Nov 1981
  • 0

Ideas For Action

  • 1 Nov 1981
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