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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Old Bennington, Vermont. January 24, 1921. APPENDIX After the Memorandum was submitted to the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Unitec^States Senate, an important Conference of the members of the -All-Russian Constituent Assembly took place in Paris. representatives of Bolshevism. ,The Conference was attended by prominent all Among Russian democratic factions opposed to the leaders of the Constitutional-Democratic Party there were present Paul N. Miliukov, former Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Russian Provisional Government; A.
Respectfully submitted, JOHN SPARGO. Old Bennington, Vermont. January 24, 1921. APPENDIX After the Memorandum was submitted to the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Unitec^States Senate, an important Conference of the members of the -All-Russian Constituent Assembly took place in Paris. representatives of Bolshevism. ,The Conference was attended by prominent all Among Russian democratic factions opposed to the leaders of the Constitutional-Democratic Party there were present Paul N. Miliukov, former Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Russian Provisional Government; A.
Litvinov, who had been permitted to reside in Christiania, and to conduct trade negotiations on behalf of Soviet Russia, was ordered to leave the country by the Norwegian Government, again because of his participation in movements directed against the very existence of the Norwegian State. 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.
A memorandum on trade with Soviet Russia by John Spargo