In This Review

Private Foreign Aid: U.S. Philanthropy in Relief and Development
Private Foreign Aid: U.S. Philanthropy in Relief and Development
By Landrum R. Boiling with Craig Smith
Westview Press, 1982, 330 pp.

This is a friendly survey, not a close critique. It has useful accounts of what a variety of private agencies-some quite small-have done, but it is most interesting when it deals with the relations between private and public aid, and how the private philanthropists would like to influence official policies.