The Great Giveaway

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The Great Giveaway

By Eugene W. Castle
Regnery, 1957
186 pp. $3.50

The title gives away the message and approach of the book. Gathering in a wide range of arguments against foreign aid, the author grapples with the league of bureaucrats, bankers, businessmen, and--it sometimes appears--the U.S. Senate, which he finds devoted to the perpetuation and broadening of aid.

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