Common Sense About the Common Market

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Common Sense About the Common Market

By E. Strauss
Rinehart, 1959
168 pp. $3.50

A British economist, formerly Austrian, who works for a British trade board, Mr. Strauss criticizes the European common market as too laissez faire in its principles, too apt to open the way for German domination of the Continent, and too likely to split the European economy.

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