Interregional differences in the standard of living are a common feature of all nations, even the most industrialised. Historical experience shows that in the latter they are less pronounced than in underdeveloped countries. They are at the same time less acutely felt and less likely to arouse political pressures for the obvious reason that the per capita income of the backward regions in an advanced economy, though lower as compared with more advanced areas or the national average, is nonetheless sufficient, in absolute terms, to assure a satisfactory standard of living.
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