Behind the Debt Controversy

August 1926
New Republic;8/4/26, Vol. 47 Issue 609, p293
Focuses on the widening of the rift between the U.S. as creditor and Europe as debtor. Insistence of Allied governments that Germany could and should pay its war obligations; Suggestion that the currency troubles and industrial depressions of Europe are being increased by the demand of the U.S. for payment of the war debts.


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