PAN AMERICA by Carleton Beals


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A major study of world trade conditions which covers Europe and the Far East as well as Pan America and puts up an excellent defense for the German economic system which has enabled her to carry on wide scale trade as well as warfare. Beals believes that the U.S., caught in the midst of a world upheaval, should not allow her sympathies for England to affect her material interests. He claims that our embargos on Japan, Germany and Italy are suicidal -- and that we should be cool-headed and cool-blooded, play ball with the dictators since this will be more to our advantage. This may please big business -- but will antagonize many others.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1940
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin