J Chapter 22 PSDs

J Chapter 22 PSDs - Chapter 22 PSDs 22-6 #1; 22-11 #2,3;...

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Chapter 22 PSDs 22-6 #1; 22-11 #2,3; 22-12 #1; 22-13 #1,2,3; 22-14 #1 22-6 1) The severe restriction of diversity in production lines allows for a streamlined process that saves not only time and money, but raw material as well. This, however, seems completely contrary to the idea of capitalism. ..I suppose in war time, adjustments must be made, but the proposal for a peacetime bureau of this sort I wouldn’t think would sit well with the American people. 22-11 2) I believe that Point III was the most important and influential, because without trade between the ravaged nations of Europe, the already weakened countries would not be able to revive themselves out of the terrible postwar conditions. 3) The removal of Russian troops from conquered territory would be important because further peace and a sense of normalcy would not be able to have been achieved with the Russian army carousing about in lands they just defeated. The symbolic importance of a free Belgium would simply show the rest of the world that the powerful free nations of the world to care about
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Nokes during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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J Chapter 22 PSDs - Chapter 22 PSDs 22-6 #1; 22-11 #2,3;...

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