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ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS OF A NEW WORLD ORDER

Nature volume 150, pages 3336 (11 July 1942) | Download Citation

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THREE reports of wide importance have appeared almost simultaneously: on “Reconstruction”, by the Federation of British Industries ; on “Postwar Industrial Reconstruction”, by the Association of British Chambers of Commerce ; and on the “General Principles of a Post-war Economy”, from the London Chamber of Commerce ; with these should also be read a report entitled “Relations with Britain”, based on the findings of a committee of editors of the American periodicals Time, Life and Fortune. The interest which American opinion is taking in post-war reconstruction is reflected in the speeches of her leaders such as Mr. Milo Perkins, of the American Board of Economic Warfare, Mr. Henry Wallace, the Vice-President, Mr. Cordell Hull and Mr. Winant. In Great Britain, Mr. Eden, Mr. Lyttelton, Sir Stafford Cripps and Mr. Herbert Morrison have not lagged behind their American colleagues either in sincerity or in boldness in expression of peace aims.

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