Management of the Military Assistance Program as authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.
Teichler, Alfred H.
Johnson, Arlin Rex
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During the past five years of both direct and indirect association with the Hilitary Assistance Program, the writer has becorae increasingly aware of the need for a greater understanding of this extremely complicated aspect of our national defense. Although military assistance has been the subject of numerous studies, very few if any, have viewed the functioning and management of the program in light of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961—the first complete revision of mutual security legislation since 1954.
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