Item #15852 The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference. Arthur Salter, M. Colijn articles by: Rolad W. Boyden, J Dvoracek, Jules Gautier.
The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference
The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference
The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference
The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference
The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference

The Economic Consequences of the League : The World Economic Conference

London: Europa Publishing, 1927.

Hardcover. Good+ with no dust jacket. Item #15852

Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket/slip, spine sunned, text tone, owner's signature, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Report of The World Economic Conference of May, 1927, examining the post-World War One international economy, "designed to discuss economic questions of importance alike to the peace and the prosperity of the world." An attempt to bring greater economic sense and cooperation among nations, the Conference strongly encouraged a reduction of tariffs and trade barriers to help post-war reconstruction and growth. Original ownership signature of J Fred Rippy, a historian and author specializing in Latin American and diplomatic history, professor at the University of Chicago, 1920-1926 and 1936-1958; professor at Duke University, 1926-1936, and the director of Duke University Press, 1928-1936.; ix, 235 pages.

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