Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - IN MY MEETING WITH Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan in December (see Personal in February 1971 issue), he mentioned the past general economic trade wars as one of the factors leading to World War II. And right now a new trade war - especially in textiles and footwear imports - is a definite threat. This could affect not only every person in the United States and Canada, but all the peoples of the world. I feel our readers need to understand some of the factors that now pose this danger. The people of the United States enjoy the highest living standard in the world. But WHY? How did we come to such a condition of affluence? Very few understand. I want to give you the reason.
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