Arthur Burns and the successor generation: selected writings of and about Arthur Burns
University Press of America, Nov 29, 1988 - Political Science - 65 pages
Arthur Burns, known throughout the world as a teacher, economist, central banker, and counselor to presidents, devoted the last years of his life-while he was U.S. Ambassador in Germany and after his return to Washington in 1985-to the young people in the U.S. and Europe, the successor generation.
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