Decker, Clarence
January 1953
New Republic;1/5/53, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p19
Presents information on the political and economic conditions in the Philippines after its independence. Decline in agricultural and industrial output in 1950; Absence of agricultural reforms; Introduction of the Bell Survey Mission from the U.S. to the Islands to study causes of the crisis; Assignment of the responsibility to the Mutual Security Agency (MSA) to assist the Philippine Government in the further implementation of the Bell Mission recommendations; Success of the MSA program in the Philippine budget.


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