British Economic Foreign Policy

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British Economic Foreign Policy

By John Henry Richardson
Macmillan, 1936
250 pp. $3.00

A study of Britain's experience with devalued currency, protection, imperial preference and other policies that interfere with foreign trade. Professor Richardson feels these emergency measures have done their work and that henceforth every effort must be made to increase international commerce and foreign investment.

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