American Foreign Assistance

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American Foreign Assistance

By William Adams Brown, Jr. and Redvers Opie
Brookings Institution, 1953
615 pp. $6.00

A useful survey presenting a rather full account of the foreign assistance supplied by the United States Government from before Pearl Harbor to the end of 1952. In addition to the descriptive material the book contains analyses both of the policies followed in providing assistance and of changes in the programs to fit altered circumstances or new views of American interests.

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