In critical development and postcolonial studies, the concepts of “development”, “developed”, and “underdevelopment” are often thought of to have origins in two periods: first, the colonial era, where colonial powers extracted labor and natural resources, and second (most often) in referring development as the postwar project of intervention on the so-called Third World. Mexican activist Gustavo Esteva asserted that underdevelopment began when American president Harry Truman delivered his inaugural address in 1949 since, after the second world war, poverty on a mass scale was suddenly “discovered” in these underdeveloped regions of the world. Esteva stated: “On that day two billion people became underdeveloped.” More than half of the world’s nations were categorized by what they lacked.
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