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Bernard M. Baruch Interview Details March 14, 1961
Summary of Topics Covered:
Baruch discusses Marshall’s role in China at the end of World War II. He discusses his relationship with Marshall and how Marshall would seek his advice, including how to deal with the Soviets after World War II. He discusses the Marshall Plan and his own testimony on United States policy toward Europe after World War II.
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