TITLE

Britain's New World I. The Coming Collectivism

AUTHOR(S)
Strout, Richard Lee
PUB. DATE
June 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;6/12/44, Vol. 110 Issue 24, p780
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents a discussion of struggles faced by Great Britain in the international and political arena. Significance of expansion and collectivism in both the arenas; Information on Great Britain's post-Second World War position; Need for Great Britain to have postwar trade; Lead taken by Great Britain in the new international-currency scheme; Interest shown by Great Britain on a domestic expansionist policy for full employment; Lead taken by Great Britain regarding social security; Problems faced by Great Britain regarding full employment; Need for Great Britain to protect itself if the U.S. goes in for another big era of reckless boom and collapse.
ACCESSION #
14673186

 

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