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Democracy and International Trade:
Britain, France, and the United States, 1860-1990
Daniel Verdier

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Tables and Figures
Preface
Introduction
1Trade and the Voter: A Survey of the Existing Literature3
2The Electoral Regulation of Access9
3The Trade Policy Process: A Typology26
4Origins of the Trade Policy Process36
5The Making of Trade Policy48
6The Case Studies63
7Descent into Depression, 1860-8669
8Crisis and Response, 1887-1913106
9First World War, 1914-18150
10Tariff-Making and State-Building, 1919-39158
11Creation of the Cold War Trading Regime, 1940-62201
12The Rise and Fall of Industrial Policy, 1963-89242
Epilogue: Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Future of Existing Arrangements, 1990 to the Present288
13Conclusion290
Appendix One: Mathematical Appendix to Chapter Two297
Appendix Two: Tariff Levels304
Appendix Three: Partisan Bias in Voting on Trade Bills306
Notes313
Bibliography345
Index371

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