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Assistant Secretary of State, Henry F. Grady's testimony to the House's Ways and Means Commission on gold imports and the Executive making trade agreements

Citation: Editorial (1940) Assistant Secretary of State, Henry F. Grady's testimony to the House's Ways and Means Commission on gold imports and the Executive making trade agreements. No Publisher. (Unpublished)

Article discusses Assistant Secretary of State, Henry F. Grady's testimony to the House of Representative's Ways and Means Commission on the high level of gold imports in payment of the balance of exports over imports and on the constitutionality of teh Executive making trade agreements without consulting the Congress. It discusses the dangers, such as high inflation, to the US of holding 60% of the world's gold in its reserves.

Additional Information: Creators: Editorial (Journalist); Writing format: Print;
Creators: Editorial, and
Subjects: Politics
History
Keywords: Newspaper article, United of States of America, Cuba, Canada, *Philippine Commonwealth (United States semi-independent self-governing commonwealth), *Hawaii (United States dependent territory),
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Atlantic Archive: UK-US Relations in an Age of Global War 1939-1945
Dates:
  • 18 January 1940 (completed)
References: TNA Reference: FO 115/ 3421 - Gold Purchase Policy (U.S); Location of original: TNA, Kew Gardens; Project Record ID: A00001442; Related Record IDs: A00001441, A00001443;

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