Wasson, Donald
January 1965
Foreign Affairs;Jan1965, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p379
The article presents information on the source from where data is collected that is used in the January 1965 issue of the journal "Foreign Affairs." Regarding information on United States, data is collected from research papers like: Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: John F. Kennedy: January 1 to November 22, 1963; Reports of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy; Department of State, Justice and Commerce, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill: Fiscal Year 1965; Impact of Military and Related Civilian Supply and Service Activities on the Economy: Hearings, Subcommittee on Defense Procurement: Joint Economic Committee. Regarding information on Western Europe, data is collected from research papers like: The Operation of a Free Trade Area, by Torben Jantzen; Structure and Growth of the Portuguese Economy, by V. Xavier Pintado; The First Five Years of the Fifth Republic of France; Fifteen Years of Activity of the Economic Commission for Europe.


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