The Nature of peaceful competition / John Kenneth Galbraith.

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The Nature of peaceful competition / John Kenneth Galbraith.
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Speech.|THE NATURE OF PEACEFUL COMPETITION / John Kenneth Galbraith. - Speech by John Kenneth Galbrath on how international affairs are dominated by the arms race, economics, production, foreign and and world image. He argues that United States foreign policy is dominated by problems with the Soviet Union, and that arms competition will not work the way that economic competition would. Another area of competition is the space race, which is actually a battle for world image. There are three causes of the United States bad world image: 1) urban mismanagement| 2) unemployments| and 3) a military economy. In order to win the Cold War, Galbrath concludes, the United States must win the battle of world image by addressing these three failures in our system. - BROADCAST: WBAI, 26 Sept. 1960.

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WBAI, 26 Sept. 1960.
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1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.|59:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1960.
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