Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 and Economic Cooperation Act of 1948

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Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 and Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, April 3, 1948. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1298, accessed on October 22, 2021.

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  • Economic Cooperation Act of 1948
  • An Act to Promote World Peace and the General Welfare, National Interest, and Foreign Policy of the United States Through Economic, Financial, and Other Measures Necessary to the Maintenance of Conditions Abroad in Which Free Institutions May Survive and Consistent with the Maintenance of the Strength and Stability of the United States
  • Public Law 80-472, 80th Congress, S. 2202

62 Stat. 137. Title I, the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, is on pages 1-23. This law enacted the Marshall Plan.