Sterling-Dollar Diplomacy: Anglo-American Collaboration in the Reconstruction of Multilateral Trade

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

THIS bibliography contains a list of the principal documents which form the basis of the present study. It does not pretend to be exhaustive, but is designed rather as a basic collection of source materials.

Much of the author's material has necessarily been drawn from unpublished sources, including interviews with participants in the Anglo- American negotiations as well as certain documents concerning those negotiations which have not yet been made generally available. Because of their confidential nature, such sources are cited neither in footnotes nor bibliography.

The author has also made use of two important manuscript collections, each of which requires separate comment. The first of these has been cited as The Private Papers of Harry Dexter White. This is a large collection of documents accumulated by White during his official tenure in the United States Treasury Department. It includes unpublished drafts of the Fund and Bank plans, written exchanges between the British and American Governments, and memoranda written by officials in various agencies of the U.S. Government. Upon the death of White the collection was taken from his office and presented to the Firestone Library of Princeton University.

The second manuscript collection, The Private Papers of Will Clayton, consists of selected documents given by Clayton to the Clayton Center for International Economic Affairs of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, Massachusetts. This collection also contains memoranda of U.S. Government officials, as well as correspondence between Clayton and members of the American business and financial community. Mr. Clayton wishes the author to state that the collection is not generally available to researchers.

In addition to the materials specifically listed below the author has drawn on the files of newspaper clippings maintained by the Royal Institute of International Affairs. These files made possible the numerous references to newspaper comment in Britain and the United States.

The preparation of this book also entailed extensive reading in the Congressional Record, Hansard, and The Economist. The author has cited below only the most important leading articles and debates.

An important source for official statements of British and American leaders during the war period was Louise W. and Hajo Holborn (eds.), War and Peace Aims of the United Nations ( Boston, 1943, 1948, 2 vols.). The primary sources for such statements have been cited only when the statements were not found in this volume.

The bibliography is divided for convenience into two main sections. The General Bibliography consists of materials which proved useful throughout the entire book or in a considerable number of its parts. The

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