Eight studies by American and European writers on the relations between Jean Monnet, founder of the European Union, and a wide range of Americans who supported his vision of uniting after World War II. The Americans include Presidents Roosevelt and Eisenhower, Secretaries of State Acheson and Dulles, journalists, government "insiders", and key policy makers including George Ball and John McCloy. An introductory biographical sketch of Monnet is by Richard Mayne, British writer and the translator of Monnet's Memoirs.
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This is the second book published by the Jean Monnet Council of Washington DC which is dedicated to the understanding and application of Monnet's life and experience to contemporary problems. The first was Jean Monnet: The path to European Unity, published with St. Martin;s Press and written principally by people who worked with Monnet over his long life in Europe and America.About the Author:
Clifford Hackett is author of several works on European integration and executive director of the Jean Monnet Council. He spent ten years in the Foreign Service in Europe and Africa and a dozen years in House and Senate staff positions involving foreign affairs.
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Descrizione libro Amer Council for Jean Monnet S, 1995. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110964254115
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