The Administration of American Foreign Affairs

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The Administration of American Foreign Affairs

By James L. Mccamy
Knopf, 1950
364 pp. $4.50

A difficult but rewarding study of the United States agencies which play a part in determining and administering our foreign policy. The author is critical of the organization of the Department of State, but does not believe that reorganization or centralization of decision is the solution. He feels rather that there is need for a clearer realization that foreign relations are integral to domestic policy and hence that all agencies of the government are involved.

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