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The general movement towards national economic planning and away from the freedom of the liberal age has brought about unprecedented state interference with international trade. These interferences have vastly increased during the past twenty-five years and have grown at a rapid pace during the last decade.
Evsey S. Rashba,
FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESTRICTIONS AND PUBLIC POLICY IN THE CONFLICT OF LAWS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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