TITLE

Concerning Further Aid to Britain-- A Variety of Views. PRO

AUTHOR(S)
Lippmann, Walter
PUB. DATE
June 1950
SOURCE
Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul50, Vol. 29 Issue 6/7, p190
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents views of the author on recently passed foreign aid bill Marshall Plan extension regarding the foreign aid policy of the U.S. Though the political climate in Washington could hardly be more unfavorable, with the comeback of the Republican isolationists and the budgetary deficit, the subject is so important that an attempt will have to be made by somebody to put it before the country. Great Britain have been making heavy repayments of their sterling balances to India, Pakistan, Egypt and South Asia which they could not have made if they had not received Marshall aid from the U.S.
ACCESSION #
12176221

 

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