In This Review

The Road to Prosperity
The Road to Prosperity
By Sir George Paish
Benn, 1927, 154 pp

The author, a noted English financier, re-examines the difficulties confronting the world today in the light of the experience of the past. In a brilliant and convincing argument he contrasts the international loans so popular at the present with the loans made for productive purposes in the pre-war period, and comes to the conclusion that future stability will depend in large part on the elimination of the barriers to freedom of international trade and return to a more unpolitical basis of international finance. The book is easily one of the most competent and telling indictments of the existing system of mutual exclusion.