There is a gigantic battlefield being, drawn today, which is, in fact, the entirety of the world. On one side are arrayed the "have" nations; on the other side are the "have-not" nations. The first group comprises the industrialized, non-Communist, democratic nations with only about 750 million citizens in Europe and Britain, the United States, South Africa, Australia, and Canada. These 750 million citizens are consuming a disproportionate chunk of the natural resources of the world, producing a great percentage of its manufactured commodities and goods, and enjoying, as a result, the very highest standards of living in all history. Then, on the other hand, there are the hundred or more nations which are undeveloped, poor, usually in the throes of violent overthrows, coups d'etat, guerrilla warfare, civil war, and strife - and quite often the unwitting pawns in the ideological struggle between the superpowers.
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