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The Price of Aid (Dir: Jihan el-Tahri, 2004, 55 min)
Every day the U.S. donates millions of tons of food to famine victims and other starving people in the world’s poorest countries. This provocative documentary, through an in-depth case study of a recent famine crisis in Zambia, shows how these aid programs may address an immediate crisis but at the same time can create long-term problems for the recipient nation.
While writing Reflection Paper 2, please incorporate your understanding of this film as a case study. You may agree or disagree with the film’s basic premise in relation to the politics of aid, along with your other reflections on the topic.
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