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In a classroom setting, a lecturer talks about savings and growth in a stagnant economy, particularly how the United States has not figured it out and how Russia has figured out it out using a capitalist dictatorship. Discussion also includes the industrial revolution in Europe and the United States, and the impact United States' industry and economic system has on the rest of the world, particularly when students from other countries study in U.S. universities. Lecturer also addresses questions.
Lecture. AV003368-1: lecture begins at 001346 (preceded by Phrases in French). Undated.
Economics Lecture, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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