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Need for a clear delineation of U.S. economic as well as security interests around the world
United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee.
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security and the projection of U.S. power and values. This is true in both absolute and relative terms. Without a strong economy, the U.S. will be less equipped to protect itself from threats, let alone muster the popular support needed for a foreign policy that actively promotes U.S. interests globally. Weak economic growth in relative terms. The U.S.A. with the close cooperation of the United States of South America, the British Commonwealth of Nations, the U.S.S.R. and the World League of Nationalities, shall promote and assist in the unification of the relinquished territories and the areas at present unsoundly divided into well organized, democratic and absolutely demilitarized.
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