In This Review
After Reagan: Confronting The Changed World Economy
Council on Foreign Relations, 1988, 245 pp.
Working under forced draft, the two authors, with the aid of a study group at the Council on Foreign Relations, have produced a stimulating and highly readable exposition of the main issues of international economic policy that will face the next president. As the line between domestic and foreign has become blurred, they deal with the key issues of the American economy as well as money, trade, agriculture, investment and debts. Six distinguished members of the study group and the chairman, Anthony M. Solomon, contribute chapters.
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