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Appeared in: Volume 2, Number 1
Published on: September 1, 2006
Growing Pains

The theory that rapid economic growth is politically stabilizing seems too stupid to kill–but Mancur Olson tried.

Harold James is professor of history and international affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, and most recently the author of The Roman Predicament (Princeton University Press, 2006).
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