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65 STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 165—OCT. 10, 1951

(e) The functions of the Administrator for Economic Cooperation under the provisions of section 3 of the F a r Eastern Economic Assistance Act of 1950, as amended (22 U.S.C. 1551), shall hereafter be performed by such departments or agencies of the Government as the President shall direct.

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TITLE IV—AMERICAN E E P U B L I C S SEC. 401. I n order to further the purpose of this Act through the Military assistance. furnishing of military assistance to the other American Republics, thodfed.^"^*'"^ ^"' there are hereby authorized to be appropriated to the President, for the fiscal year 1952, not to exceed $38,150,000 for carrying out the purposes of this section under the provisions of the Mutual Defense Assistance Act of 1949, as amended: Provided, That such assistance ^ Stat.^714. ^^^^ may be furnished only in accordance with defense plans which are note. found by the President to require the recipient country to participate in missions important to the defense of the Western Hemisphere. Any such assistance shall be subject to agreements, as provided herein and as required by section 402 of the Mutual Defense Assistance Act of 1949, as amended (22 U.S.C. 1573), designed to assure that the assistance will be used to promote the defense of the Western Hemisphere; and after agreement by the Government of the United States and the country concerned with respect to such missions, military assistance hereunder shall be furnished only in accordance with such agreement. SEC. 402. I n order to further the purpose of this Act among the Technical assistpeoples of the American Republics through the furnishing of tech- Appropriation aunical assistance, there are hereby authorized to be appropriated to *^°"2^<^the President, for the fiscal year 1952, not to exceed $21,250,000 for assistance under the provisions of the Act for International Develop- ^ ^t^*- 204. ment (22 U.S.C. 1557) and of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs ^i Stat. 780. Act, as amended (22 U.S.C. 281). TITLE V—ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS UNIFIED DiREcmoN or PROGRAM

SEC. 501. (a) I n order that the programs of military, economic, seoirft'y!'"^^"'^^"*"'^' and technical assistance authorized by this Act may be administered as parts of a unified program in accordance with the intent of Congress and to fix responsibility for the coordination and supervision of these programs in a single person, the President is authorized to appoint in the Executive Office of the President a Director for Mutual Security. The Director, on behalf of the President and subject to his direction, shall have primary responsibility for— (1) continuous supervision and general direction of the assistance programs under this Act to the end that such programs shall be (A) effectively integrated both at home and abroad, and (B) administered so as to assure that the defensive strength of the free nations of the world shall be built as quickly as possible on the basis of continuous and effective self-help and mutual aid; (2) preparation and presentation to the Congress of such programs of foreign military, economic, and technical assistance as may be required in the interest of the security of the United States; (3) preparation for the President of the report to the Congress required by section 518 of this Act. Pmt,^.%^. (b) Except as otherwise provided by this Act, the Director shall not hold any other office or employment under the United States and shall not have any other responsibilities except those directly related to the coordination, supervision, and direction, of the programs covered by this Act or otherwise conferred upon him by law.