John Spargo's A memorandum on trade with Soviet Russia PDF

By John Spargo

Анализ возможных вариантов развития торговли США и Советской России. Что выгодно продавать и покупать, чем может расплачиваться Россия. Аналитично, практично и цинично.

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United States and to England and France to arrange for the resumption of trade with Russia through the medium of the Cooperatives. On Jan. 16, 1920, the Supreme Economic Council of the League of Nations agreed to resume trade with Russia through the Cooperatives, but the Soviet Government refused to permit it, insisting upon recognition as a condition sine qua non. On Aug. " Immediately thereafter it began to violate the agreement and sent millions of rubles to Berlin for revolutionary propaganda a fact admitted by Tchitcherin, the Soviet Foreign Minister, in an official note to the German Foreign which was published in Izvestia Dec.

Only a partial record such as a private individual has been able to gather from such sources as are open to private This is individuals. of Doubtless the Department of State much more complete data. Upon is in possession the basis of the evidence herein contained, I respectfully submit to the Committee on Foreign Relations of the United States Senate that two conclusions are irresistible, namely: (1) That there is no reason for changing, in any particular, the present policy of refusing to recognize, hold official relations with or receive the agents of the Soviet Governto the regulation of ment; (2) The present policy with respect trade relations with Soviet Russia should be maintained as being in complete harmony with American ideals and the best traditions of our dealings with other nations.

Outrageous that he was compelled to leave the country. He de- messages from his Government which had been ordered to submit to the British Government, for the liberately altered official purpose of misleading the by himself and his latter, Government and in spite of pledges given that he would abstain from all propaganda, direct or indirect, he actively participated in the subsidizing of the Daily Herald out of funds realized from the secret Not in the diplomatic illegal sale of stolen Russian jewels.

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