Trade Wars Against America: A History of United States Trade and Monetary Policy

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This volume provides a comprehensive history of U.S. trade and monetary policy from colonial times to the present. Gill examines the origins of the traditional protectionist policies that prevailed from the beginning of the Republic until 1913 and explores in detail America's experience with trade in the years from the end of World War I to the present day. The author asserts that U.S. economic might was built upon sound money and the overt protection of its industrial and economic base and that when protectionist policies ...

Trade Wars Against America: A History of United States Trade and Monetary Policy 1990, Praeger Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780275933166

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