Development of Postwar Canadian Trade Policy


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B.W. Muirhead traces the development of Canadian trade policy and trade patterns from the Second World War to the election of the Diefenbaker government in 1957. Scholars have emphasized the importance of this period in determining Canadian trade patterns, but have disagreed about the options Canada had and the decisions Canadian governments made. Muirhead demonstrates that Canada's options were so severely constrained by the postwar context that there were in effect no choices to make. He thus makes a strong case against ...

Development of Postwar Canadian Trade Policy 1992, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773509221