Bipartisan Strategy: Selling the Marshall Plan

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1 - Setting 1
  • Chapter 2 - Immediate Origins (1947): Aid to Greece and Turkey 7
  • Chapter 3 - Immediate Origins (1947) II 15
  • Chapter 4 - Domestic Activity 25
  • Chapter 5 - Europe Responds 37
  • Chapter 6 - Congressional Interlude 43
  • Chapter 7 - Events Intrude 53
  • Chapter 8 - Other Logics 65
  • Chapter 9 - Citizens’ Committee for the Marshall Plan 79
  • Notes 86
  • Chapter 10 - Interim Aid 89
  • Chapter 11 - Last Chance at Accommodation: the 1947 London Council of Foreign Ministers 103
  • Chapter 12 - Preparing for the Main Event 113
  • Chapter 13 - The Main Event 125
  • Chapter 14 - Universal Military Training 145
  • Chapter 15 - A Falling Barometer 153
  • Notes 158
  • Chapter 16 - A New Paradigm 161
  • Chapter 17 - The Final Innings 177
  • Chapter 18 - Reflections on the Process of Approval 195
  • Selected Bibliography 209
  • Index 229
  • About the Author 239
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