FOREIGN TRADE: Rockefeller Blueprint

A blueprint for boosting world trade and developing backward countries was laid down this week in Foreign Economic Policy for the Twentieth Century, third in a series of special reports by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (TIME, Jan. 13). Said the report: "There exists no vocal constituency for foreign economic policy. As a result, foreign economic policy has all too often become simply a response to a series of separate crises. Nothing is more important, therefore, than to bring about the conviction that a sustained and imaginative policy is crucial not only for our self-interest but for the peace and...

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