4 edition of Economics of defense and reconstruction found in the catalog.
On cover: Proceedings of the twenty-seventh summer Conference of the League for Industrial Democracy, June 20-22, 1941.
|Statement||League for Industrial Democracy|
|Publishers||League for Industrial Democracy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|2||L.I.D. Pamphlet series|
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Davis won few friends by giving in. One hundred million dollars in insurance investments and twice that amount in bank assets had vanished. If they are not, then all the outside assistance in the world is likely to achieve little in helping with the tasks of social and economic reconstruction.
: Department of Commerce, 1949 Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970 Part 2 — Bicentennial Edition Watkins, James King Cotton: A Historical Economics of defense and reconstruction Statistical Review New York: J.
Among such factors were property confiscation, Republican Party self-interest, discriminatory federal budgets, protective tariffs, unfair banking regulations, and lax monopoly regulation. Republicans did not want to lose African-American political support while they needed it. If so, he failed to anticipate that the German reparations would cause the Weimar Republic to collapse, which would lead to the rise of the Nazi Party and a renewal of the war twenty years after the Versailles Treaty.
Crouch, The Freedmen's Bureau and Black Texans Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992. Economics provides a lens with which to look at the world, but for it to be operational it must always be embedded in a context of values.
Financial assistance provided under the RFI is subject to many of the same financing terms that nations would see in other IMF programs, and the funds borrowed are ideally paid back within 39 to 60 months IMF 2011.
His proposals would have outlawed discriminatory rates and rebates and levied heavy fines for violations. The 15th Amendment, ratified in 1870, barred racial discrimination in voting, thus securing the ballot for black men nationwide. The other fundamental critical juncture was the Vietnamisation speech delivered by President Richard Nixon in Guam on 25 July 1969. This can include tax and government expenditure capacity; the reorganization of fiscal, monetary, and exchange institutions; and guidance in the use of aid resources.
Any useful analysis of Civil War Reconstruction should examine Republican Party motivations. Knopf, 2007 Bowers, Claude The Tragic Era Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1929 Brands, H.
Such activity convinced even those Unionists who had not remained outside the conservative coalition that the former Confederates were back in control and unrepentant.
When the legislature had ratified the Thirteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, the state would be fully restored to the Union. They saw Texas, with its extensive public lands, as a place of opportunity. A new wave of state constitutional conventions followed, starting with Mississippi in 1890. Civil liberties and the war.
The impact of scandal on the national political debate was real. London buyers, for example, would not pay extra for American cotton when they could get the same commodity from countries such as India, Brazil and Egypt that did not tax cotton production. 2 Cited in Rosemary Foot, A Substitute for Victory: The Politics of Peacemaking at the Korean Armistice Talks Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990pp.
This agency began its operations in the state in September 1865 under the command of Maj.
During this period Blacks gained control over such basic community institutions as their schools and churches and made them into vehicles for improvement within their own communities.
According to DPRK figures, the war destroyed some 8,700 factories, 5,000 schools, 1,000 hospitals and 600,000 homes.