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Economic Problems Growing Out of the War

by Theodore H. Boggs 1943

TRADITIONALLY WE IN AMERICA have wished merely to be left unmolested in our task of creating a new society in the New World free from old world restrictions. The belief has been widespread that a policy of isolation would enable us to manage our own affairs without regard to other nations and that we could refuse to become involved in foreign entanglements and war. However our involvement in two world conflicts within a single generation has rudely and, one may hope, permanently shattered the ancient belief. Our problems no longer, it seems, can be regarded or handled as purely domestic issues; and likewise the problems of Europe and Asia no longer can be lightly disregarded as though they were none of our concern.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1943, p. 133-135
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14401, Date Accessed: 7/15/2018 6:42:20 PM

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