Table of contents for The Marshall plan : fifty years after / edited by Martin Schain.

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Preface--Martin Schain
Introduction--Tony Judt
I: The Marshall Plan and European Construction
From the Marshall Plan to EEC: Direct and Indirect Influences--Michelle Cini
The Marshall Plan to European Security Integration: A Double Edged Sword--Jolyon Howorth
European Cooperation and the EEC: What the Marshall Plan Proposed, NATO Disposed--Robert Latham
II: The Others: From the Outside Looking In
The Marshall Plan and Czech Democrac--Brad Abrams
III: The Economic Impact of the Marshall Plan
The Marshall Plan Fifty Years Later: Three What Ifs and a When--Roy Gardner
The Market and the Marshall Plan--Barry Eichengreen
The Marshall Plan in Economic Perspective: Goals and Accomplishments--Imanuel Wexler
Struggle for Survival: American Aid and Greek Reconstruction--Stelios Zachariou
IV: The Marshall Plan and the Organization of Political Life in Post-War Europe
The Marshall Plan and French Politics--Irwin Wall
A Single Path for European Recovery? American Business Debates and Conflicts over the Marshall Plan--Jacqueline McGlade
Embedded Liberalism in France?--American Hegemony, the Monnet Plan, and Post-War Multilateralism--Stewart Patrick
V: The Marshall Plan and Public Opinion
French Public Opinion and the Marshall Plan: The Communists and the Others--Roland Cayrol
The Legacy of the Marshall Plan: Public Support for Modern Aid--Robert Shapiro
The Marshall Plan and Cold War Political Discourse--James Cronin

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Marshall Plan, Reconstruction (1939-1951)Europe Foreign economic relations United States, United States Foreign economic relations Europe