What Comes After the War?

May 1941
New Republic;5/26/41, Vol. 104 Issue 21, p718
Discusses the economic and social problems that the United States might have to face in the post-war world, assuming the victory for the democracies in the war. Possibilities of how the war will end; Need of the closest possible coordination among the activities of government, industry and finance after the war; Public works on which the government will have to concentrate to cushion the shock of economic demobilization; Efforts to be made by the government to reconstruct Europe; Decision to be taken by the U.S. whether it wants a monetary concept to dominate or a trade concept, based upon fair exchange and mutual interest; Discussion on relations between private business and government.


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