Currency After the War: the British and American Plans

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Currency After the War: the British and American Plans

By Paul Einzig
Nicholson, 1944
152 pp. $9.00
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A critical and somewhat technical analysis of the White and Keynes Plans, by a well-known British economic writer. Dr. Einzig is opposed to the gold standard and old-fashioned free trade.

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