Business & Finance: Businessman's View

Critics of the Truman Administration have often complained that U.S. foreign aid agencies are overstaffed and duplicate each other's work. Last week this familiar charge was raised again in a report giving a businessman's view of the situation. Said the report: "We have too many people and too many agencies in Western Europe . . . There are at the moment four men each with the title of 'Ambassador' in Paris . . . We still have Mutual Security Agency missions in some countries to which we are not now and for some time have not given aid." Said the...

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