The United States and the Developing Countries

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The United States and the Developing Countries

By The Atlantic Council Working Group on the U.S. and the Devel
Westview Press, 1977
150 pp. $14.00

As rapporteur for a sizeable group of experienced people, a veteran American official, Edwin M. Martin, sets out a series of well-argued proposals covering aid, trade, coordination and the conduct of relations with developing countries. The meaning of these ideas is underlined by an interesting summary of how they differ from the received wisdom of the early 1960s.

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