The Overseas Americans

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The Overseas Americans

By Harlan Cleveland and Others
McGraw-Hill, 1960
316 pp. $5.95

As a non-fictional study of American representatives abroad, both public and private, this book is especially welcome. A product of the Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, which has pioneered in the study of "overseasmanship," it serves as a comprehensive introduction to the subject. Much of it is based on interviews with Americans serving abroad.

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