The World After the War

February 1945
New Republic;2/12/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p216
Presents information on the economic conditions in several countries after the World War II. Details of the financial conditions in the Soviet Union; Claim that Great Britain has spent most of her accumulated investments abroad, on which her economy was largely based; View that the economic outlook of Western European countries is uncertain just for the reason that it is so largely beyond their control; Expectation of one more severe depression in the United States.


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