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Foreign Economic Policy for the United States

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ISBN 9780674367333

Publication Date: 01/01/1948

490 pages

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The United States’ leadership in world affairs makes its foreign economic policy of great concern to all, and especially to this country. This book provides an over-all picture of the foreign economic policies and relations of the United States. It is written by twenty-four leading American and foreign scholars and experts, many of whom played important parts in evolving the policies described. Economists, businessmen, government personnel, and the general public will highly value this book.

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