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"The most important economic document relating to World War I and its aftermath." --John Kenneth Galbraith
The Economic Consequences of the Peace Introduction by Robert Lekachman Chapter I: Introductory Chapter II: Europe Before the War Chapter III: The Conference Chapter IV: The Peace Chapter V: Reparation Chapter VI: Europe After the Treaty Chapter VII: Remedies
Posted March 22, 2010
A prophetic book about the long-term consequences of retaliation of the I World War winners against Germany. Keynes clearly demonstrates how the harsh conditions imposed to Germany plunged the country in starvation, unemployement, riots, revolutionary plots and eventually open the way to nazism. This book has been ignored and/or obscured for long time since it highlights the blind, greedy behavior of Brits and French and somehow forecasts the great turmoil that swept Europe and the whole World in the years onward. Strongly recommended for scholars really dealing with the human History.
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Posted January 25, 2010
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