Money: Anglos v. Continentals

Throughout the free world, finance ministers, bankers and economists are meeting, cogitating and debating the money migraine. The financial experts of the Group of Ten* gathered two weeks ago in Paris to debate ways to modernize the world's overworked, undercapitalized monetary system. In Washington last week, President Johnson's newly named international monetary advisory committee—including former Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon and Under Secretary Robert Roosa, Bankers David Rockefeller and Andre Meyer—met for the first time to explore ideas. Treasury Secretary Henry Fowler will go to Europe in September and try to persuade Europe's...

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