THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD AFFAIRS 1934-1935 by Whitney H. in collaboration with Wm. O Shepardson

THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD AFFAIRS 1934-1935

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The fourth of the annual series sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. The role played by the United States to promote peace, foreign reaction to our gold policy and the effect of silver policy on China, Mexico and Peru, control of International exchange, work of Foreign Bondholders Protective Council, the reciprocity trade agreements, the ""good neighbor"" policy, freeing the Philippines, watchful waiting toward Japan, naval equality, neutrality efforts. An established and predictable sale.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1935
Publisher: Harper