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Before the Bulldozer: The Nambiquara Indians and the World Bank

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Here is the tale of one anthropologist's attempt to defend a small traditional society from the onslaught of development in the form of a 1,000-mile highway in western Brazil, financed in part by the World Bank. Before the Bulldozer shows how bureaucratic processes that occur in Washington can destroy vast tracts of fragile land and bring misery to thousands.
Hardcover, 212 pages
Published December 31st 1989 by Seven Locks Press (first published August 1989)
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David Price was born the second of three sons to a professional soldier and his former secretary. He was educated here and abroad. He is Pale Rider, author of Love Poems to Kara. Price has been published in several journals and reviews, and is considered an experimental writer. He lives in Denver and teaches part-time at a local college.
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