Exporting to the World

Exporting to the World

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Excerpt from Exporting to the World: A Manual of Practical Export for All Who Are Interested or Engaged in Foreign Trade

America is beginning to think internationally.

We have assumed a new mental attitude towards our neighbors of other lands and climes. We are learning to deal with them, talk with them, think with them, and act with them in affairs of international importance. Broadly speaking, their affairs are our affairs, for the interests of all are becoming so closely allied in world matters that statesmen, with rare foresight, have seen the necessity of the creation of a concrete organization such as The League of Nations, where all matters of dispute may be sifted lest from some irresponsible source an attempt be made to again compromise the peace of the world.

Naturally, the United States of America is sharing in this intelligent advance toward international peace and good will. The Great War has given us the proper inspiration to participate more fully in world matters than we have done in the past. We have come to realize that such participation - be it commercial, political or spiritual - is not only of lasting benefit to the American people as a whole, but to the world in general. Moreover, it is a necessary duty, because of our industrial and economic stability, that we owe to other nations whose development has been retarded as the result of conditions peculiar to individual political units.

We have become a great commercial and industrial power as well as a nation of tremendous political influence in world matters. We no longer think or act in terms of counties or states or sections, but in terms of nations and continents. We are no longer satisfied in confining our activities and thoughts within the boundaries of the geographical position we occupy on this hemisphere. We want to spread out. We want to widen our activities. We want to lengthen our vision. We want to become acquainted with our neighbors on this earth.

Before the war Europe furnished great quantities of supplies to the rest of the world. The wares of Germany, England, France, Belgium and Italy vied with one another on the shelves of foreign buyers. Europe was a great market place.

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