3. The U.N. has been accused of being an enormous bureaucracy. Will the World Marshall Plan not make the U.N. even more cumbersome?
At present, much effort is made to cut down on unnecessary posts at the U.N., to “rationalize” it, as this is called. The World Marshall Plan which will consist of 2 development workers per 1000 people, and experts to set up and maintain the computer network, has been set up to be a “lean” establishment. As it evolves, it can be trimmed, as the need arises.