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27 For such details of the Herrera Plan as are currently available, see Comercio Exterior (February 1965 ), p. 97. The economists who cooperated in its drafting were, in addition to Herrera himself, Helio Jaguaribe, Aldo Ferner, Rlmulo Almeida, Joseph Grunwald, Raymond Mikesell and BenT. Moore. It is generally expected that the tecnicos called on by Frei to relaunchLAFTA will endorse this Plan or some version of it. Patricia Berko Wild Radicals and moderates in theOAU: origins of conflict and bases for coexistence The following illustrates the traditional form of interest articulation and aggregation in international organizations.
Aside from a commitment to economic development and to the establishment of governmental authority within these boundaries, 1 the national interests of African states are at present still to be determined by the ruling politicians, military clique, or charismaticleader. These leaders must base their decisions on inadequate data supplied by fledgling government ministries. Personal whim and accident also play a part in decision-making. 2 In view of the high rate of turnover in ruling personnel due to numerous changes in government, 3 it is not surprising that states sometimes shift gears in international affairs and alter the composition of political blocs.
In the meantime, the potential for integration inherent in the sector meetings remains to be exploited by the tecnicos who in principle make economic policy. As a Mexican official put it: It is hoped that from these preliminary contacts [of businessmen in sector meetings] will arise not only new agreements by sectors, but also strong pressures upon Latin American governments, so that they focus their respective development programs on a progressively more integrated regional market and so that they initiate-by coordinating them-the necessary activities for eliminating the isolation in which the economies and national economic policies have continued to develop.