“The economic cooperation that is required will involve us most deeply with our traditional postwar allies, Western Europe and Japan, but it must also embrace a new measure of comity with the developing countries, and include the Soviet Union and other Communist nations in significant areas of international economic life.” (Vice President Walter Mondale, a member of the CFR and the Trilateral Commision flew his colors in the CFR quarterly. Foreign Affairs, October 1974.)

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