Peasants Come Last

| August 31, 2013

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Peasants Come Last

Why is doing good in the developing world so hard?

Today, the original vision President John F. Kennedy and Sargent Shriver had for the Peace Corps as a powerful arm of support for the world’s dispossessed lies buried in layers of bureaucratic blindness and political expediency. But there is yet hope, as former Peace Corps Country Director J. Larry Brown explains in this powerful memoir.

This is the book every Peace Corps Volunteer, Country Director, and Washington policymaker needs to read.Why is doing good in the developing world so hard?

Today, the original vision President John F. Kennedy and Sargent Shriver had for the Peace Corps as a powerful arm of support for the world’s dispossessed lies buried in layers of bureaucratic blindness and political expediency. But there is yet hope, as former Peace Corps Country Director J. Larry Brown explains in this powerful memoir.

This is the book every Peace Corps Volunteer, Country Director, and Washington policymaker needs to read.

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