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This book about Taiwan is an early attempt to tackle coherently the various aspects of the island's developmental experience in the 30 year period covered. It delves into the sociopolitical aspect of its great economic success and how it achieved a more equitable distribution of wealth. Both the achievements of growth and equity have been brought about by the conscious efforts of both government planners and private entrepreneurs within a framework of non-socialist but closely drawn public and private cooperation.