Conceiving The Marshall Plan: A Three-Part Study Of Motive Behind U.S. Development Policy
West Point Press
"Whilst the effect of the Marshall Plan is well-noted, there exists a wide range of interpretations as to what caused the United States to supply some $13.3 billion in aid to help rebuild Western European economies following the end of WWII. Three dominant schools have dominated the debate over the Marshall Plan’s intent: The realist, revisionist and ideological..."
Bryan, Michael. “Conceiving The Marshall Plan: A Three-Part Study Of Motive Behind U.S. Development Policy.” Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review. Volume 10 (2020): 58-72.