Crowther, Samuel
December 1932
Saturday Evening Post;12/10/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 24, p12
Suggests the need for the U.S. government to take the lead in offering to cancel war debts on condition that other creditor nations cancel their debts and either scale down or abolish the reparation payments claimed from Germany. Opinion on the positive impact of the debt cancellation and lower tariffs; Views on the arguments that the abolishment of reparations and war debts would end the depression; Possible effect of U.S. debt cancellation on international trade.


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