For Post-War Development

December 1942
New Republic;12/28/42, Vol. 107 Issue 26, p846
Reports that a plan to make concrete the general principles expressed in the Atlantic Charter has been advanced by the National Planning Association (NPA) in a proposal for an International Development Authority. Expectations that the plan would provide capital and technical assistance to countries desirous of embarking on post-war development programs; Arguments concerning economic aspects of a post-war economic rebuilding job, considering a low level of productivity and consumption; Appeal for the establishment of a multilateral and non-discriminatory post-war world; Proposals from the NPA that the devastation in war-torn lands be undertaken with money provided, not by one nation, but by many acting together; Overview of the scheme regarding the structure and responsibilities of the International Development Authority; Report that the NPA is inviting criticism and amplification of its suggestions from administrators and experts in the various fields which the scheme embraces.


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