United States Economic Policy and International Relations

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Index

A
Acheson, Dean, quoted on Point Four, 224-225
Adler, J. H., 13n., 27n., 300n.
Administrator of Export Control, 103
Agricultural Acts of 1948, 1949, 301, 303
Agricultural Adjustment Act ( 1933), 28, 29, 69
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 53-54, 300
Aldrich, Winthrop, 168, 169
American Bankers Association, 209
Anglo-American-Canadian financial discussion ( 1949), 176
Anglo-American Financial Agreement ( 1946), 11n., 94n., 128, 167, 169, 171- 179, 190, 262, 285-286, 292
Anti-Dumping Act ( 1921), 68
Antitrust and cartel policies, France, 73 Germany, 73
United States, 72-75, 289-290, 311
Appendix on Hawley-Smoot Tariff bill, 78
Argentina, 63, 68, 146, 214, 236
Atlantic Charter ( 1941), 94
Atlantic City Conference, 195
Australia, 96, 148, 171, 177, 178, 220
Austria, 41, 101, 246

B
Balance of payments, disequilibrium, 156, 157, 228, 317
equilibrium, 133, 138, 139
European, 50, 59, 113-117, 255, 256, 274, 275, 279
figures on, 256, 276
loans, 193, 197-198, 200, 204, 208, 210, 216
United States, 10-13, 15-17, 20, 31, 40- 44, 66, 113-117, 124, 318-322, 331
Balogh, T., 290n.
Bancor,156
Bank for International Settlements, 51, 182, 183
Banking Act ( 1935), 25
Banking and Currency Committees, 234
Basch, A., 198n.
Bean, R. W., 183n.
Beckett, Grace, 66n.
Belair, F., 295n.
Belgium, 54-56, 96, 181, 182, 201,258, 260
Bernstein, E. M., 144n.
Bidwell, Percy, 67n.-69n.
Black, Eugene, 199, 204
Bloomfield, A. J., 17n., 33n., 56n., 57n.
Board of Economic Warfare, 85, 88
Bonds, foreign-government, 220-221
Bradford, F. A., 28n.
Brannan Plan, 301
Brazil, 58, 63, 91, 213, 236
Bretton Woods Act ( 1945), 128, 157n., 197-199, 207, 209
Bretton Woods Agreements, 143, 146, 166, 168
Bretton Woods Conference, 32, 58, 124, 132, 142, 155, 164, 165, 169, 195, 196, 198, 285, 292
British imperial preference system, 63n., 272, 288-289
British loan ( 1946) (see Anglo-American Financial Agreement)
Brown, W. A., Jr., 20, 287n., 292n., 294n., 297n., 299n., 304
Brussels Conference ( 1920), 50, 51
Bryan free-silver movement, 34
Bulgaria, 50
Burgess, Randolph, 209
Burma, 245
"Buy America" Act, 1, 68, 289

C
Canada, 15, 69, 90, 92, 100, 103, 104, 141, 151, 165, 192, 206, 211, 220

-335-

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