The Fifteen Weeks: February 21-June 5, 1947
Viking Press, 1955 - Political Science - 296 pages
An account of events during 1947 that led to the formulation of the Marshall Plan and the Policy of Containment.
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PART IH THE IMMEDIATE SETTING
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