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U.S. Foreign Economic Strategy for the Eighties
U.S. Foreign Economic Strategy for the Eighties
By Timothy W. Stanley, Ronald L. Danielian and Samuel M. Rosenb
Westview Press, 1983, 206 pp

Following a good survey of the troubles of the 1970s, this study-sponsored by the International Economic Policy Association-makes a long series of recommendations for U.S. policy. Soundly stressing the interrelation of domestic and foreign measures and the increased impact of the international economy on the United States, the authors combine many of the specifics that are found on most businessmen's lists (some of them quite controversial) with a number of broader measures that would bring significant changes in the way the American economy is conducted.