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Road to Prosperity

Road to Prosperity

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1927. Prior to the war, there was a sufficient balance and stability in economic affairs, for a competent economist or observer to have an informed and reasoned opinion upon the most important questions of his times. Today, there are separate problems ofindustry, finance and international economico-political relations in each country, so different in magnitude from former times as to be almost different in kind, and they all change their relative positions and importance with bewildering rapidity. Contents: present danger; universal indebtedness; nature of the crisis; need of income; United States; Canada and Australia; Great Britain; France; Italy; Germany; Russia; Central Europe; Belgium; Poland; Romania; restrictions upon trade; inter-Allied debts; reparations; restoration of confidence; expansion of buying power; financial locarno; signatures to the plea.