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Marshall Plan: Goals and Gains

1950
   
Author:  Otto Zausmer
Publisher: Economic Cooperation Administration

Physical Description:

85 page booklet. 4.5" x 5.5"

Subjects: Marshall Plan



As reported by Otto Zausmer in the Boston Daily Globe.  Published for the ECA Public Advisory Board, Washington, D.C.

Table of Contents:

  • Marshall Plan: Investment in Prosperity and Security – Page 1
  • Has Marshall Plan Done Any Good? – Page 9
  • Springboard for Britain – Page 18
  • Why Didn’t Germany Grab? – Page 23
  • Poverty-Stricken Greece – Page 28
  • The Plan and Norway – Page 32
  • France Must Readjust – Page 36
  • Belgium’s Customs Union – Page 41
  • Italy to Train Workers – Page 47
  • Austria Needs Development – Page 53
  • Denmark and Sweden – Page 59
  • Ireland to Boost Production – Page 66
  • Holland Needs Germany – Page 71
  • What Marshall Plan Teaches Labor – Page 77
  • Europe in 1952 – Competitor or Partner of U.S.A. – Page 82

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Collection


Location: Vault
Call No. Box 1 Folder 5
No of Copies: 2
Edition: 5th Printing
Language: english