Europe and the American Tariff

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Europe and the American Tariff

By O. Fred Boucke
Crowell, 1933
163 pp. $1.50

A professor at Pennsylvania State College thinks that neither cancellation of the war debts nor a radical reduction of the American tariff would greatly aid Europe to settle its main economic problems. Europe will hold a diminishing place in our foreign trade. America should look to her home markets for greater economic stability.

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