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United States Administration of Its International Economic Affairs
United States Administration of Its International Economic Affairs
By Wallace Judson Parks
Johns Hopkins Press, 1951, 315 pp.

The growing activity of the United States Government in international economic activities has produced considerable confusion about who does what in Washington. After analyzing a number of key problems, Mr. Parks makes specific suggestions for the handling of some issues and the re-allocation of a number of functions according to certain principles which he believes would make the government function more quickly and efficiently. He is well aware that the ramifications of most international economic problems are so great that a number of agencies will continue to be actively interested in each of them.