Robert Zoellick, the likely new president of the World Bank, will face a long to-do list, but at or near the top will be the dire economic conditions in much of sub-Saharan Africa. As a seasoned diplomat, Mr Zoellick will seek counsel from many sources. But the best advice may be in the history books.
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Hubbard, R. Glenn, and William Duggan. "Why Africa Needs a Marshall Plan," Financial Times, June 4, 2007, sec. Op-Ed.
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