Diebold Jr., William
October 1972
Foreign Affairs;Oct72, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p167
Discusses the relationship between the domestic economic policies of the U.S. and its international economic position. Impact of the elimination of the Bretton Woods system of commerce; Effects of intense economic nationalism; Theoretical significance to international relations.


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