Foreign Aid And American Purpose

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Foreign Aid And American Purpose

By Nicholas Eberstadt
American Enterprise Institute, 1989
180 pp. $16.75

The author argues that American foreign aid should, without apology, "augment American political power throughout the world . . . (and) support the postwar liberal international economic order." He is critical of aid funnelled through the United Nations, and of linking development and security assistance.

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