U.S. Protectionism And The World Debt Crisis

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U.S. Protectionism And The World Debt Crisis

By Edward John Ray
Quorum Books, 1989
250 pp. $45.00

Professor Ray of Ohio State University reminds Americans that if they want to do something to relieve the debt burden of developing countries they can help by reducing trade barriers. He shows that measures already taken have lost much of their potential value through concessions to domestic American industries and gives some persuasive arguments as to why things should be different in the future.

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