Business: East-West Trade: Wielding a Tender Sword

The West's most effective weapon in the historic contest with Communism is not its costly and far-flung military establishment, but its superior capacity for economic progress. In a figurative sense, we can only conquer the East with the tender sword of commercial and industrial cooperation, and the human freedoms that go with it. The conquest will be even more tender in that deeply within the psyche it is deeply desired by the victim.

SO writes International Lawyer Samuel Pisar in the introduction to the French version of his new book, Commerce and Coexistence. The book, which has also appeared in West Germany...

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