The United States And The Rise Of Tyrants
Diplomatic Relations With Nationalist Dictatorships Between The World Wars
de John Day Tully e Lawrence E. Gelfand
Sobre o livro
In the 1920s and `30s, dictatorships, also eager to maintain political order and create economic growth, looked to American corporations for investment to modernize their nation's infrastructure and economy. In turn, American bankers and investors invested heavily in these areas. Through an examination of consular records, this book examines the logistics and consequences of this decision.