Business: RAW MATERIALS: KEY TO WORLD REARMAMENT

In the race to rearm, the U.S. and other nations of'the free world have run smack up against a key problem: How should the free world's raw materials be divided? By overlooking this problem, while it tried to grab up a lion's share of all the strategic materials in sight, the U.S. has already stirred up a storm of hostility among its allies.

Britain's Harold Wilson quit his cabinet post as President of the Board of Trade, right after Aneurin Bevan left, because he thought that the U.S. was starving Britain on raw materials. Said...

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