Rival Partners

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Rival Partners

By Keith Hutchison
Macmillan, 1946
262 pp. $2.00

This is a sound, quite unemotional examination of the economic relations between Britain and the United States -- recent, current and future -- by an associate editor of the Nation. Mr. Hutchison wrote before the arrival of the Keynes Mission in Washington, yet his analysis and conclusions are as timely as ever. He makes it abundantly clear that the United States and Britain must coöperate if there is to be any sound revival of international trade and thus of world prosperity.

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