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The take-off requires, therefore, a society prepared to respond actively to new possibilities for productive enterprise; and it is likely to require political, social and institutional changes which will both perpetuate an initial increase in the scale of investment and result in the regular acceptance and absorption of innovations. (1956, 25) Rostow acknowledged that this process changes power relations and entails conflict over societal goals, yet he added a soothing caveat: “because nationalism can be a social solvent as well as a diversionary force—the victory can assume forms of mutual accommodation, rather than the destruction of the traditional groups by the more modern” (1960, 7).
Even such a basic requirement as nutrition for the same sex, the same age and the same activity varies between different people. Housing requirements also show wide variations and so do all other basic needs. 18 In practice, an external foreign assistance agency would have to rely on either the government as the voice of the society or on domestic NGOs through which the agency is channeling its assistance. For a government, a calculation of the required expenditure to meet some level of basic needs would require identifying the total resources (domestic and external), but also to examine tradeoffs with other objectives (Streeten and Burki 1978, 415).
Even if complete equality is not a widely held goal, the call for greater equity is widely shared. The question is how drastic the efforts to achieve equity ought to be. The most extreme efforts at direct redistribution, ranging from land reform without full and immediate compensation to confiscation of factories and savings, have often led to long-term economic stagnation (China, Cuba) or even civil war. Even less extreme efforts, if they strongly deter investment and production, will not provide the productivity needed to sustain the gains of the poor.