TITLE

Import Tariffs and the Next Campaign

PUB. DATE
May 1923
SOURCE
New Republic;5/2/23, Vol. 34 Issue 439, p255
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the foreign trade policy of the U.S. with reference to the Republican Tariff Act. Comment that judged from the standpoint of its efficacy as a revenue producer, the tariff is an unqualified success; Information on the preliminary figures of imports and exports; Consequences of the unfavorable trade balance of the nation; Opinion that the tariff has not succeeded in protecting the American manufacturer and laborer from the flood of cheap foreign goods.
ACCESSION #
17145292

 

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