The Making of United States International Economic Policy

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The Making of United States International Economic Policy

By Stephen D. Cohen
Praeger, 1977
208 pp.
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A Department of International Commercial Policy, a presidential assistant and a Cabinet committee, plus reinforcement of the rest of the government, are recommended to cope better than the U.S. has done in the past with the increasing intricacies of issues that are foreign and domestic at the same time. The author worked on the staff of the Murphy Commission.

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