Britain's Economic Strategy

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Britain's Economic Strategy

By E. V. Francis
Cape, 1939
391 pp. $12.00

This book, though it contributes little that is new, at least summarizes the economic policies pursued by the British Government over the last two decades. The author unintentionally proves that it was precisely "strategy" and a planned organization which Britain lacked when she entered the war.

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