The World the Dollar Built

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The World the Dollar Built

By Gunther Stein
Dobson, 1952
288 pp. $12.00

The author's theme is that "America must change her economic order if the world is to live in peace." "Big Business" and economic instability are the villains of the piece, and seem to have fomented the cold war. The Marxist analysis is festooned with selected quotations from American public figures and the press.

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