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"There has been a sea change in people's perception of Third World disasters and their relationship to them.... In the face of the horror of the Ethiopian famine, a simple message was conveyed: This is our problem, too, and we can do something about it....

"The Third World is no longer akin to another planet whose problems have nothing to do with us.... It is part of that late-20th-century phenomenon we might describe as 'global contraction.' The result is a feeling of interdependence.

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