America's interests as affected by the European war.


Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1915.

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Subjects Economics.
Handel.
Neutrality -- United States.
Neutrality.
USA.
United States.
Weltkrieg (1914-1918)
World War, 1914-1918 -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 60.
Description vi, 282 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1915.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. I. America's international trade as affected by the European war: America's international trade as affected by the European war by W.C. Redfield. The futre of America's foreign trade by T.H. Price. The effect of the European war on America's trade with India by D. Folkmar. Trade possiblilities in Germany and Austria by I. Wolf. jr. Cooperation in export trade by W.S. Kies. The importance of an American merchant marine by B.N. Baker. -- part II. Relations of the United States with Central and South America as affected by the European war: The function of government in its relation to industry by J.E. Davies. Central and South American trade as affected by the European war, by J.a. Farrell. Trade relations with Central and South America as affected by the war by J.H. Hammond. Trade relations in Latin America as affected by the European war by E.E. Pratt. Existing obstacles to the extension of our trade with Central and South America by M. Coster. -- part III. America's financial position as affected by the European war: The present financial situation by F.A. Vanderlip. The effect of the European war on America's financial position by T.W. Lamont. The results of the European war on America's financial position by W.P.G. Harding. America's financial position as affected by the war by A.J. Hemphill. The financial menace to America of the European war by S.N. Patten. The probable condition of the American money market after the war is over by J.F. Johnson. The situation of the United States at the close of the war as a question of national defense by E.S. Mead. The effect of the European war on American business by A.B. Leach. -- part IV. American neutrality and the European war: The meaning of neutrality by J.B. Moore. The neutrality rules adopted by Brazil, by D. da Gama. Neutral rights and obligations of American republics by P. Fuller. The right of citizens of neutral countries to sell and export arms and munitions of war to belligerents by W.C. Dennis. The sale of munitions of war by neutrals to belligerents by C.N. Gregory. An argument against the exportation of arms by E. von Mach. Germany and American policies by B. Dernburg. Force and peace by H.C. Lodge. Unarmed neutrality by A.B. Hart. Six essentials to permanent peace by A. Schvan. America's possible contribution to a world peace by O.S. Strauss. -- Book department. -- Index. -- Cumulative index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)169615
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