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Works under MDS 338.9173
- The Most Noble Adventure: The Marshall Plan and the Time When America Helped Save Europe by Greg Behrman
- The Marshall Plan: Dawn of the Cold War by Benn Steil
- Aid As Obstacle: Twenty Questions About Our Foreign Aid and the Hungry by Frances Moore Lappé
- Winning the Peace: The Marshall Plan and America's Coming of Age as a Superpower by Nicolaus Mills
- The Marshall Plan: America, Britain, and the Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1947-1952 by Michael J. Hogan
- Crossing Boundaries: Selected Writings by Albert O. Hirschman
- Security by Other Means: Foreign Assistance, Global Poverty, and American Leadership by Lael Brainard
- Challenging foreign aid : a policymaker's guide to the Millennium Challenge Account by Steven Radelet
- The Soft War: The Uses and Abuses of U.S. Economic Aid in Central America by Tom Barry
- The White House and the World: A Global Development Agenda for the Next U.S. President by Nancy Birdsall
- Organizing U.S. Foreign Aid: Confronting the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century (Global Economy & Development: Monograph Series on Globalizantion) by Carol Lancaster
- The United States and European reconstruction, 1945-1960 by John Killick
- Dollars, Diplomacy, and Dependency: Dilemmas of U.S. Economic Aid (Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Book) by Robert F. Zimmerman
- Why foreign aid? by Robert A. Goldwin
- Transforming Foreign Aid: United States Assistance in the 21st Century by Carol Lancaster
- Marshall Plan by Allen W. Dulles
- Secular Missionaries: Americans and African Development in the 1960s (Culture, Politics, and the Cold War) by Larry Grubbs
- The Second Victory: The Marshall Plan and the Postwar Revival of Europe by Robert J. Donovan
- The Marshall plan : fifty years after by Martin Schain
- US Economic Aid in Egypt: Strategies for Democratisation and Reform in the Middle East (International Library of Economics) by Dina Jadallah
- al-Amn al-duwalī wa-itirātījīyāt al-taghyīr wa-al-iṣlāḥ by Riwāʾ Zakī al-Ṭawīl
- Foreign aid and landmine clearance : governance, politics and security in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Sudan by Matthew Bolton
- Feeding the Bear: American Aid to the Soviet Union, 1941-1945 (Contributions in Military Studies) by Hubert P. Van Tuyll
- USAID in South Africa: Learning Lessons, Continuing Debates by Douglas J Tilton
- US Economic Development Policies Towards the Pacific Rim: Successes and Failures of US Aid by Nan Wiegersma
- Mission for Peace: Point 4 in Iran by William E. Warne
- Partnerships for Global Development : The Clearing Horizon by David A. Hamburg
- The Role of Science, Technology, Innovation, and Partnerships in the Future of USAID by Committee on the Review of the Use of Scientific Criteria and Performance Standards for Safe Food.
- U.S. Aid to the Developing World: A Free Market Agenda (Critical Issues)
- Inequity and intervention : the federal budget and Central America by Joshua Cohen
- Brother, can you spare a billion? : the United States, the IMF, and the international lender of last resort by Daniel McDowell
- The Trojan horse: A radical look at foreign aid by Steve Weissman
- The United States and the Developing Economies by Gustav Ranis
- Inside Foreign Aid by Judith Tendler
- Giant Among Nations: Problems in United States For by Peter B. Kenen
- Federal aid to depressed areas : an evaluation of the Area Redevelopment Administration by Sar A. Levitan
- Players and issues in US foreign aid : essential information for educators by Elizabeth Morrison
- Heir to Empire: United States Economic Diplomacy, 1916-1923 by Carl P. Parrini
- United States economic foreign policy (Economics of national security ; v. 16) by Benjamin H Williams
- George Bush's Foreign Aid: Transformation or Chaos? by Carol Lancaster
- A Cautionary Tale: Failed U.S. Development Policy in Central America (Food First Development Studies) by Michael E. Conroy
- Foreign aid and foreign policy by Herbert Feis
- Foreign aid : U.S. programs, policies and public-private partnerships by James P. Brant
- Wissenschaft im aussenpolitischen Kalkül des "Dritten Reiches" : deutsch-sowjetische Wissenschaftsbeziehungen vor und nach Abschluss des Hitler-Stalin-Paktes by Johannes Dafinger
- USAID in Bolivia : partner or patr©đn? by Lawrence C. Heilman
- OECD development co-operation peer reviews. Norway 2013
- Trade and security the United States and East Asia, 1961-1969 by Charles M. Dobbs
- Intermedialität in der japanischen Gegenwartsliteratur : Am Beispiel von Shimada Masahiko, Yoshida Shuichi und Murakami Haruki by Oliver P. Hartmann
- Reforming and reorganizing U.S. foreign assistance : increased efficiency and effectiveness by Jeanne Shaheehn
- United States assistance for the Palestinians by James M. Bailey
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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