Whose Capacity to Pay?

August 1932
Saturday Evening Post;8/13/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 7, p22
Argues that the U.S. has nothing to do with the reparations settlement problem, rather it is purely a European affair. Involvement of the U.S. in the cancellation of war debts and payment of the war's final costs; Efforts of Europe to convince the U.S. to cancel war debts; Reduction of the debts of Great Britain and France.


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