The tropical world is a good third of the world's surface, excluding the deserts. Outside Monsoon Asis it is sparsely peopled, and its inhabitants contribute little to the economic life of the globe. The techniques of production and medicine that permit the taming of nature in the tropics have been perfected, but the problems of a real organization, that is the political problems, are far from being solved.
- Publisher: Longman's Green and Co. Ltd
- Dewey Decimal: 910.913
- ECHO Library: 910.913 GOU