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Neurosis results from the frustration of basic instincts, either because of external obstacles or because of internal mental imbalance. The field is open, and those in the social sciences are especially encouraged to apply. Numerous other examples can be given of European exploitation of colonized peoples, including Madhusree Mukerjee's (Churchill's Secret War) detailed account of the British Government's refusal to send surplus food to prevent the famine in India in 1943 that killed an estimated 2-3 million people.

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Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (May 1996)

ISBN: 0773488189

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