Wasson, Donald
October 1961
Foreign Affairs;Oct61, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p159
The article presents information on source materials from where documents were procured for studies in Africa, commercial policy and trade, Eastern Europe, European integration, etc., that are used in October 1, 1961 issue of the journal "Foreign Affairs." For studies regarding Africa, the source materials are "Systems of National Accounts in Africa," by P. Ady and M. Courcier; "East Africa; Report of the Economic and Fiscal Commission;" "Northern Rhodesia; proposals for constitutional change;" Statement by the Secretary of State for the Colonies on proposals for constitutional change; Report of the Southern Rhodesia Constitutional Conference. Regarding commercial policy and trade, the source materials are: reports on Anti-Dumping and countervailing duties; report of group of experts; International compensation for fluctuations in commodity trade; reports on International food and raw materials reserve. Report, Committee on Foreign Relations, senate; reports on small business exports and the world market--1960.


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