American Business & Public Policy: The Politics of Foreign Trade

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AldineˇAtherton, 1972 - Industrial policy - 499 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTIONTHE STUDY AND ITS METHODS
1
ForeignTrade Policy Prior to 1934
11
The Randall Report
40
Renewal 1954
50
Renewal 1955 and Since
59
Public Attitudes on Foreign Trade
80
BUSINESSMENS ATTITUDES AND COMMU
105
Attitudes of American Business Leaders 19541955
112
Four Inactive Communities
296
Lessons of the Community Studies
313
Dramatis Personae
323
QuasiunanimityPremise of Action
332
Further Difficulties of the Pressure Groups
341
Pressure Group or Service Bureau?
350
Organizing CommunicationsTwo Protectionist
358
The CNTPSpokesman for Reciprocal Trade
375

The Roots of ConvictionSelfinterest and Ideology
127
Channels of Information
154
Communications about ForeignTrade Policy
179
Communicating with Congress
196
Businessmens Attitudes and Communication
224
Appendix to Part II Large and Small FirmsThe Varying
230
Introduction to Part III
245
Hotbed of Free Traders
251
Where the Elephant Takes Care
262
OTHER DELAWARE BUSINESSES
272
New Anglia
288
The Ladies of the League
388
The Pressure GroupsA Summary
396
The Job of the Congressman
403
CommunicationsPressure Influence or Education?
433
Conflict of Roles
444
The Congressional ProcessA Summary
451
Appendix to Part V The Study and the Literature on Congress
459
Conclusions
465
INDEX
491
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