The Marshall Plan from Those Who Made it Succeed

The Marshall Plan from Those Who Made it Succeed

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The success of the Marshall Plan in the rebuilding of a Europe devastated by World War II required the challenging efforts of many men and women. 140 Marshall Plan participants attended a commemorative conference at George Washington University on June 2, l997, the fiftieth anniversary of the Plan's announcement, along with other distinguished leaders from the United States and beneficiary countries of Western Europe. The Marshall Plan From Those Who Made it Succeed includes both conference proceedings and brief narrative memoirs of participants. Interest generated by the conference and lessons learned from the Marshall Plan's success will appeal to foreign affairs students, faculty, government officials, historians, financial assistance agencies, diplomats, and citizens at home and abroad, particularly from countries receiving Marshall Plan assistance.

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  • Paperback | 424 pages
  • 147.32 x 223.52 x 25.4mm | 544.31g
  • University Press of America
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 0761816585
  • 9780761816584

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Personal Retrospectives of Marshall Plan Participants: Background Chapter 5 The View from Washington and Paris Chapter 6 Country Missions Chapter 7 The Marshall Plan and the People Chapter 8 The Legacy of the Marshall Plan Chapter 9 Illustrative Lives of Public Service Chapter 10 Conference: The Marshall Plan, Perspectives of the Participants Fifty Years Later, June 2, 1997-Excerpts from the Proceedings Chapter 11 The Marshall Plan: Design, Accomplishments, and Relevance to the Present Chapter 12 Appendix Chapter 13 Glossary

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About Constantine C. Menges

Constantine MengesTeaches at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and is the Director of the Program on Transitions to Democracy, which produces analytic reports and forums on democracy.

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