Repudiation of dollar diplomacy: Statement from President Wilson

Wilson, Woodrow
August 2017
Repudiation of Dollar Diplomacy: Statement from President Wilson;8/1/2017, p335
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Presents the president statement regarding the interest of the United States in the development of China. Passing of so-called dollar diplomacy; Fur seal convention and the five-year closed season imposed by the US Congress.


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