An Italian workman, injured in the railroad yards, is rushed to the hospital for emergency treatment. The operation and blood transfusion represent all the doctors could do; the rest is up to the man's own body. Aid given through the Marshall Plan is compared to this emergency treatment. Only a certain amount of help can be given; the rest is up to the resourcefulness and industry of the recipient.
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