|1.||Amazing increase in quantity and variety of raw materials required for industry, as result of stupendous growth of industry in last century.|
|2.||The limited supply and unequal distribution.|
|3.||The nationalistic attitude.|
|4.||Acute and increasing international rivalry as the inevitable consequence of the foregoing facts.|
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