Postwar Plans of the United Nations

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Postwar Plans of the United Nations

By Lewis L. Lorwin
Twentieth Century Fund, 1943
307 pp. $2.50

A survey of the plans being formulated by 22 of the United Nations, primarily for the reconstruction of their own economies. Since such plans have international implications, Dr. Lorwin stresses the necessity of coördinating them with schemes for international coöperation.

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