Economic Problems of War and Its Aftermath

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INDEX
Advertising and selling activities, as causes depression, 158
Age of Reason and Enlightenment, 145
Agricola, George, 42
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 185
Agricultural prices, increase in, 122, 158
Agricultural production, restriction of, 158
Agricultural subsidies, 76
Albertus Magnus, 6
Allied councils, during World War I, 61
Allocation of materials during wartime, 118-19
Alum-making industry, 18-19
American Civil War: cost of, 58; equipment and supplies, provision of, 59
American Revolution: cost of, 57-58; supplies and equipment, provision of, 59; war finance during, 69, 90
Armament industries, 15-18
Armament production, speed required in, 64
Armies: equipment for, quantity and cost of, 56; equipment and feeding of, 28-30; size of, 29-30; see also Fighting forces
Arsenal at Venice, 17
Articles of Confederation, 59
Authoritarian organization set up to wage war, danger of perpetuation, 143- 44,164-65
Automobile rationing, 122
Axis countries, present social order of, 172
Axis victory, effect on United Nations of, 175
Bacon, Roger, 6
Ballistics, 11, 13
Bank holdings of government obligations, 115
Bank notes and bank credit, during wartime, 70
Banks, purchase of Defense Savings Bonds, 109-11
Battle of Breda, 29
Battle of Fornovo, 5, 8
Battle of the White Mountain, 29
Bernard, Claude, 9
Bond issues in wartime, 68, 70, 89; see also Defense Savings Bonds
British working class, a political power, 178
Budget, national, increased by war, 39-40
Budget message of President for 1942, 94- 95
Budget of United States: for 1941, 78; for 1942, 80, 81, 102-3; for 1943, 85, 96,102-3, 133
Business enterprise, literal freedom in, limited, 156-57
Calais, loss of, in 1558, 4
Cannon: discovery of 6, 7-8; manufacture of, in France, 17; manufacture of, in Great Britain, 23
Capitalism: German, 171-72; industrial, 42, 132; industrial, as affected by warfare, 15, 18, 28, 38, 40; opposition to, 152-53; passing of, 178-80; private, 40- 41; state, 40; in United Nations countries, 173-74
Capitalist state, definition of, 170
"Capitalist" control production and distribution, 153
Captains of industry, loss of power due to war conditions, 182-83
Carcassonne, 10
Carmarden, Richard, 21-22
Cartels, 185
Cast iron, discovery of, 7-8

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Table of Contents xi
  • War and the Early Industrial Revolution 1
  • Economic Lessons from Previous Wars Chester W. Wright 54
  • Next Steps in Financing the War Simeon E. Leland 78
  • Price Controls 112
  • The War State 126
  • The War and the Crisis Of Individualism 141
  • The Structure of Future Society 166
  • Index 191
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