Brandt | Willy [Graham | Katharine; Peterson | Peter G.; Ramphal | Shridath]

North-South: A Programme For Survival

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Known as The Brandt Report, this leather-bound presentation copy was inscribed by former German Chancellor Willy Brandt to Secretary of State Robert McNamara. Additional signatures by Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham and Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson.

Octavo, 304pp. Brown leather covers, title in gilt on spine and cover. Inscribed on the front end paper by the following people: Chancellor Willy Brandt, Katharine Graham, Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson and Sir Sonny Ramphal, the Secretary-General of Guyana.

The Brandt Report was an independent commission report that analyzed income disparities between the “North-South Divide.” It advocates for the transfer of manufactured goods to developing countries to stimulate trade and improve economic conditions. From the personal library of former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. Provenance: The Robert McNamara Estate & Diane Byfield McNamara Book Collection (The Potomac Company, October 2019).

Additional information

Location Published

London

Publisher

Pan Books

Edition

First Edition / Limited Edition

Date Published

1980

ISBN
Binding

Leather bound

Condition

Near Fine

Jacket Condition
Author

Brandt | Willy [Graham | Katharine; Peterson | Peter G.; Ramphal | Shridath]

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