Working within the System

Bethell, Tom
February 1983
National Review;2/18/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p170
The article discusses the state of banks, international debts and the attraction of expanding International Monetary Fund loans as of February 1983. It compares the views of several Republicans and Democrats on the bank-debt problem. It comments on the Democratic stance on the issue where banks are considered as willing pawns under the liberal agenda. It argues in favor of the opposition of Republican politician Pat Buchanan to writing off foreign loans incurred by the Eastern bloc including Yugoslavia.


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