Economic Recovery in Great Britain

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American and British Recovery Policies

Promotion of Recovery and Reform in Great Britain

Advocacy by the Roosevelt administration of a new relief and recovery program which will further enlarge the federal deficit and possibly lift the public debt to a figure in excess of $40,000,000,000 has caused opponents of pump priming to point to Great Britain's achievement of a greater measure of recovery than the United States without seriously unbalancing the British budget or greatly increasing the national debt. The impression ha become widespread in this country, ...

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