The Marshall plan, also known as the European Recovery Program (ERP), was the large-scale aid program for Europe under which the United States offered up to USD 13 billion to the Western European economies in the wake of the World War II.
What does ERP stand for?
ERP stands for European Recovery Program
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The European recovery program represents a spending level of 3.
The European Recovery Program (Marshall Plan) has been recognized as the most successful foreign-aid program ever undertaken by the United States.
This same CFR Spofford-Rockefeller group had earlier created the framework and drafted the original proposals for the European Recovery Program, a massive relief effort popularly known as the Marshall Plan.
But once he made up his mind, nothing could have made him change it, FIGHTING HUNGER Marshall was determined to institute what was officially called the European Recovery Program, though everybody else called it the Marshall Plan.
ecumenists had on the creation of the European Recovery Program, the "Marshall Plan.