What's Blocking Freer Trade?-II

Mezerik, A. G.
May 1954
New Republic;5/31/54, Vol. 130 Issue 22, p10
The article presents information related to free trade. The United States President's innocuous trade program, its present fate at the hands of Dan Reed and Co., and its present fate at the hands of a House in which a vast majority of Republicans are on record for "protection," illustrates the national schizophrenia described last week�talk for free trade and action against it. But American industrial production has increased by more than a third since 1948 and farm production has jumped higher than that.


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