Confronting America: The Cold War between the United States and the Communists in France and Italy

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Abbreviations

The following abbreviations are used throughout this book.

ACUEAmerican Committee on United Europe
ADAAmericans for Democratic Action
AFAPAssociation Française pour l’Accroissement de la Productivité
AFLAmerican Federation of Labor
ARCIAssociazione Ricreativa Culturale Italiana
CCFCongress for Cultural Freedom
CERMCentre d’Etudes et des Recherches Marxistes
CESPECentro Studi di Politica Economica
CGILConfederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro
CGTConfédération Générale du Travail
CIACentral Intelligence Agency
CIFConfederazione Italiana Femminile
CIOCongress of Industrial Organizations
CISLConfederazione Italiana Sindacati Lavoratori
CLNComitato di Liberazione Nazionale
CPSUCommunist Party of the Soviet Union
CPUSACommunist Party of the United States of America
CUBureau of Education and Cultural Affairs
DCDemocrazia Cristiana
ECAEconomic Cooperation Administration
ECSCEuropean Coal and Steel Community
EDCEuropean Defense Community
EECEuropean Economic Community
ENIEnte Nazionale Idrocarburi
ERPEuropean Recovery Program
EURATOMEuropean Atomic Energy Community
FGCIFederazione Giovanile Comunista Italiana
FLNFront de Libération Nationale
FOForce Ouvrière
IACFInternational Association for Cultural Freedom
ILGWUInternational Ladies Garment Workers Union
IRBMIntermediate Range Ballistic Missiles
IRIIstituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale
JCRJeunesse Communiste Révolutionnaire

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