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The Political Economy of National Security
The Political Economy of National Security
By James R. Schlesinger
Praeger, 1960, 292 pp.

This extended discussion of economic aspects of the present international conflict between the Communist and non-Communist parts of the world includes chapters on economic growth, economic mobilization and planning, the role of international trade and the prospects for the underdeveloped areas. The author is associate professor of economics at the University of Virginia.