Problems of post-war reconstruction, edited by Henry P. Jordan; foreword by Stephen Duggan.

; American Council on Public Affairs
Washington, D.C., American council on public affairs [1942] .

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Other Authors American Council on Public Affairs.
Subjects Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Reconstruction, 1939-1951.
Description xix, 292 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1942]
©1942
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction, by H.P. Jordan.--In quest of peace: Fundamental principles and problems, by Clyde Eagleton. After the deluge, by Howard Becker.--Problems of the old world: Regional divisions of industry and agriculture, by K.J. Deacon. The future of the small states, by O.J. Falnes. The European minorities problem, by Hans Aufricht.--The western hemisphere: Competition for Latin American trade, by D.W. McConnell. Pan-Americanism: its Utopian and realistic elements, by Erich Hula. Hemisphere policy as implemented by economics, by H.P. Jordan.--Government and business; Economics and politics in reconstruction, by Lois MacDonald. The gold problem and the world scene, by G.S. Hirschland. New methods of trade policy, by Richard Schueller. Property and the international order, by Harvey Pinney.--The paradox of power politics: War as a peace dynamic, by Charles Hodges.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1301099
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