Cambridge, MA 1982 Hard cover Presumed first edition/first printing. Good in good dust jacket. DJ has some wear, soiling, edge tears and chips. Initials of previous owner in ink
on fep. Review slip laid in. vii, , 347 p. Notes. Bibliography. Index. This is the history of how the conomics, bankes and politicans of Britain, France, and the United States approached the financial crisis of 1918-1923 after the devastation of the First World War. It captures the emotional demands for rapid recovery and reconstruction of Europe as well as the machinations of countries already jousting for economic advantage in peace. One of the resultes of Silverman; s research is the reversal of the old view that France responded to its allies' economic demands with intransigence, ignorance, and incompetence. Instead, Silverman depicts France as legetimately pursuing its own national interest.
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