The United States and the United Nations, Promoting the Public Welfare: Examples of American Co-Operation, 1945-1955

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and economic development, 73n
and International Trade Organization, 35, 99, 104
and land reform, 119
and Point Four, 85, 106n
Act for International Development ( 1950), 106, 126, 131
Act to Provide Foreign Economic Assistance, 106n
Acton, Lord, 9n
Administrative Committee on Coordination, 116
Afghanistan, 176, 218
Africa
economic development, 92, 96, 128
position on human rights, 168
Agriculture
Department of Agriculture, 113, 213
land reform, 118-20, 202
and League of Nations, 30
and postwar planning, 31
in United States, 18, 21, 27
see also Food and Agriculture Organization.
Air transport, 15, 17, 113
see also International Civil Aviation Organization.
Albania, 67, 218
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 17n, 18n
American Bar Association, 173, 178n, 189
American Committee for the Resettlement of Polish Displaced Persons, 60n
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, 189
"American Economic Bill of Rights," 18, 19
American Federation of International Institutes, 60n
American Federation of Labor, 158, 185, 186, 191, 220
American Friends Service Committee, 60, 124n
American Fund for Czechoslovakian Refugees, 60n
American Joint Distribution Committee, 60
American Law Institute, 161
American National Committee for Aid to Homeless Armenians, 60n
American Polish War Relief, 60n
American Revolution, 4, 84-5, 212
Arab states, 81, 168
Arab- Israel conflict, 96
see also United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees.
Argentina, 147, 218
Aristotle, 12
Armaments, reduction of, see Disarmament.

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