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A study of issues determining the U.S. attitude toward the future shape and function of NATO. The proposals of leading advocates of structural revision in NATO are compared. The author concludes that, for the present, reorganization of NATO would be inadvisable, but that its efficiency could be greatly improved through minor modifications in the present structure and fuller use of its existing facilities. This study may lead to a broader inquiry into the problems of decisionmaking in an alliance.

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