Arthur Burns and the successor generation: selected writings of and about Arthur Burns

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University Press of America, Nov 29, 1988 - Political Science - 65 pages
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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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Contents

How America Looks at Europe
13
The Human Side of GermanAmerican
21
An Investment in the Countrys Future
35
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Tuch is a retired Career Minster in the U.S. Foreign Service, has practiced diplomacy overseas in Frankfut, Moscow, Berlin, Brasilia, and Bonn and as an acting director of the Voice of America in Washington.

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