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The Problem of the Unsatiated States
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18th century accepted advantages Africa Allies American anarchy areas attain autarchy balance of power become Berlin Conference Britain British British Empire CALIFORNIA Lecture delivered capital century China chromium civilization Class A mandates colonies conflict conquest cooperation currency demand dependent areas depression domination economic welfare empire England Europe European exchange expansion exports fact federation force foreign France French Germany Germany's gold groups Hitler hope idea imperialism imperialistic important increase industrial interest international trade Italian Italy Japan labor land League of Nations live mandates markets means military modern native necessary nomic Norman Angell organization overseas population possessions possible power politics present prestige problem prosperity protectorates raw materials regions restrictions result rule Russia satiated satiated powers Schacht self-sufficiency social solution sovereignty struggle territorial tion totalitarian trade and peace treaties Tunisia United UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Versailles world economy zone