World Politics Faces Economics: With Special Reference to the Future Relations of the United States and Russia

World Politics Faces Economics: With Special Reference to the Future Relations of the United States and Russia

World Politics Faces Economics: With Special Reference to the Future Relations of the United States and Russia

World Politics Faces Economics: With Special Reference to the Future Relations of the United States and Russia

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The approach of the author to the interrelation of world politics and economics was set forth in 1935 in World Politics and Personal Insecurity. The present paper appraises the situation in which we find ourselves at the end of World War II and the most probable trends of future development.

The present analysis has had the benefit of a valuable stream of critical comment from several kinds of specialists and from a number of policy makers. I am especially conscious of having been helpfully challenged at various points by some of my colleagues on the Research Advisory Board, notably Ralph Young, Neil Jacoby, Theodore Schultz, and Sumner Slichter. In addition, it is appropriate to acknowledge the criticisms of William T. R. Foxand Eugene Rostow of Yale University, Jacob Vinerand Quincy Wright of The University of Chicago, Oscar Jasziof Oberlin College, and Sergei Yakobsonof the Library of Con-

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