Stalemate-but tolerable and lasting? A system that needs an unfindable leader? Incipient blocs? Fixed rates with national discipline and no official reserve currencies? These four views-and some variants-are effectively argued in these papers by Harold van B. Cleveland, Charles P. Kindleberger, the editor, and Lewis E. Lehrman.
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