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Author United States. Congress. Senate.

Title What should be the foreign aid policy of the United States? A collection of excerpts and a bibliography relating to the national high school debate topic, 1966-1967. Pursuant to Public Law 88-246 compiled by the legislative reference service Library of Congress. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1966

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Physical description 268 p. : tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 12716-1
Senate document / 89th Congress, 2nd session. Senate ; no. 89
Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 89th Congress, no. 89
Notes Table of contents, p. VII.
1966 foreign aid message to the Congress, by Lyndon B. Johnson, p. 1.
Foreign aid, by Walter Krause, p. 11.
The foreign aid controversy, by William P. Gerberding, p. 30.
Foreign economic aid: Means and objectives, by Milton Friedman, p. 57.
Foreign aid? Yes, but with a new approach, by James W. Fulbright, p. 68.
Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in support of the fiscal year 1967 military assistance program, by Robert S. McNamara, p. 77.
New look for military assistance: The shift and split, by Armed Forces Management, p. 81.
Tables on American military assistance, by Department of Defense, p. 88.
On ending the foreign aid program, by Harold A. Hovey, p. 89.
The program and its critics, by Harold A. Hovey, p. 104.
Military assistance and militarism in Latin America, by John Duncan Powell, p. 108.
Importance of nonmilitary judgments in the direction of military assistance, by the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, p. 119.
The international potentials of foreign aid, by John D. Montgomery, p. 124.
President urges careful review of international agency budgets, by Lyndon B. Johnson, p. 129.
Table of United States contributions to the United Nations special fund and the expanded program of technical assistance, calendar years 1951-1965, by the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, p. 130.
Multilateral versus bilateral aid: An old controversy revisited, by Robert E. Asher, p. 131.
Soviet and American policies in international economic organizations, by Alvin Z. Rubinstein, p. 150.
U.S. foreign aid and the United Nations, by Kenneth Keating, p. 168.
International aid: The next steps, by Dudley Seers, p. 172.
The threat of multilateralism, by Wayne Morse, p. 185.
Buttressing the foundations: The U.N. -- the next twenty years, by Paul G. Hoffman, p. 189.
Aid to Yugoslavia and Poland: Analysis of a controversy, by Milorad M. Drachkovitch, p. 195.
Foreign aid to Spain and Yugoslavia, by Louis W. Koenig, p. 210.
A study of certain aspects of foreign aid, by John H. Ohly, p. 217.
Billions in U.S. aid -- and Tito wants to bury capitalism, by Alex Kucherov, p. 221.
Foreign aid as a defense against Communism, by Victor C. Ferkiss, p. 225.
Let's stop sending U.S. dollars to aid our enemies, by Charles Stevenson, p. 230.
The lure and the limits of aid to Soviet satellites, by George Liska, p. 237.
Alliance for progress: Alliance with whom? by Jack Baranson, p. 239.
What else to ask recipients of aid, by Herbert Feis, p. 244.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2008. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
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Other author Asher, Robert E.
Baranson, Jack.
Drachkovitch, Milorad M.
Feis, Herbert.
Ferkiss, Victor C.
Friedman, Milton.
Fulbright, James William, 1905-1995. Democrat (AR)
Gerberding, William P.
Hoffman, Paul G.
Hovey, Harold A.
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 1908-1973.
Keating, Kenneth.
Koenig, Louis W.
Krause, Walter.
Kucherov, Alex.
Liska, George.
McNamara, Robert Strange.
Montgomery, John D.
Morse, Wayne.
Ohly, John H.
Rubinstein, Alvin Z.
Seers, Dudley.
Stevenson, Charles.
Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.
United States. Congress. House.
United States. Dept. of Defense (1949- )
Subject Bibliography.
Communism.
Debates and debating.
Foreign aid.
Foreign policy.
International organization.
International relations.
Military assistance.
Monographs.