Super Imperialism The Origin and Fundamentals of U. S. World Dominance
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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Description: Michael Hudson's study of US financial diplomacy explores the faults built into the core of the World Bank and the IMF at their inception which - he argues - were intended to preserve the US's financial hegemony.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 1/20/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Preface to the second edition, 2002|
|Birth of the American World Order: 1914-46|
|Origins of Intergovernmental Debt, 1917-21|
|Breakdown of World Balance, 1921-33|
|America Spurns World Leadership|
|Lend-Lease and Fracturing of the British Empire, 1941-45|
|Bretton Woods: The Triumph of U.S. government Finance Capital, 1944-45|
|Isolating the Communist Bloc, 1945-46|
|The Institutions of the American Empire|
|American Strategy within the World Bank|
|The Imperialism of U.S. Foreign Aid|
|GATT and the Double Standard|
|Dollar Domination through the International Monetary Fund, 1945-46|
|Monetary Imperialism and the U.S. Treasury Bill Standard|
|Financing America's Wars with Other Nations' Resources, 1964-68|
|Power through Bankruptcy, 1968-70|
|Perfecting Empire through Monetary Crisis, 1970-72|
|The Monetary Offensive of Spring 1973|
|Monetary Imperialism: The Twenty-first Century|