America's Experience as a Creditor Nation

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America's Experience as a Creditor Nation

By John T. Madden, Marcus Nadler and Harry C. Sauvain
Prentice, 1937
333 pp. $3.50

An examination of the effects of American foreign lending since the war, by three professors in New York University. Their book reveals inter alia that on the whole the United States did not lose on its foreign investments and that at present we are, on the portfolio side, no longer a creditor nation.

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