Needed-A New Bipartisanship?

Harrison, Selig S.
October 1960
New Republic;10/31/60, Vol. 143 Issue 19, p19
Focuses on trends in the foreign economic policy of the U.S. Information on the old-style protectionism regarding foreign-produced goods; Strength of the new Southern opposition to economic aid and trade; Steps to be taken by the President for economic nationalism; Statement that free trade has been an article of faith for the Democrats as has protectionism for the Republicans from the start of the party evolution; Observation of the trade problem by Democratic National Chairman Henry M. Jackson.


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