World Politics Faces Economics

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World Politics Faces Economics

By Harold D. Lasswell
McGraw-Hill, 1945
108 pp. $1.25

The next stage in history, according to this student of political science and psychology, will be marked by rivalry, though not necessarily conflict, between the United States and the Soviet Union, with the lesser states inevitably drawn into the political and economic orbits of one or the other. Thus in effect the world will be divided into the zones of influence of two Super-Powers. This challenging little question-and-answer booklet was prepared for the Committee for Economic Development.

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