Four Post-War Essentials

Strout, Richard Lee
August 1943
New Republic;8/23/43, Vol. 109 Issue 8, p244
Focuses on the essential factors for economic reform in the U.S. for the post-war political collaboration to bring world peace. Probability that the Republicans will adopt a plan for international collaboration at their forthcoming conference to be held at Mackinac Island; Dependency of domestic prosperity on full employment, full production and an economy of abundance; Requirement of governmental balance for economy of abundance; Position of the U.S. in the world market.


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