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  • They can export sugar into the U.S. at a relatively low tariff up to the amount of the quota, after which a much higher tariff is levied, raising the price of imported sugar well above the world price, allowing U.S. sugar farmers to sell their sugar at prices well above world-market prices.

    Not So Sweet for U.S. Sugar Users

  • Japan dominated the East, and took to herself the whole Asiatic portion of the world-market, with the exception of India.

    Chapter 15: Last Days

  • The capture of the world-market by the United States had disrupted the rest of the world.

    Chapter 15: Last Days

  • The American Oligarchy was practically in possession of the world-market, and scores of countries were flung out of that market with unconsumable and unsalable surpluses on their hands.

    Chapter 14: The Beginning of the End

  • The stage was set for a world-catastrophe, for in all the world were hard times, labor troubles, perishing middle classes, armies of unemployed, clashes of economic interests in the world-market, and mutterings and rumblings of the socialist revolution. 4

    Chapter 13: The General Strike

  • Such a war would virtually put the Oligarchy in possession of the world-market.

    Chapter 13: The General Strike

  • It had flung its hated rival out of the world-market and enabled us to dispose of our surplus in that market.

    Chapter 13: The General Strike

  • It was the very thing the Oligarchy had played for -- the destruction of its great rival in the world-market.

    Chapter 13: The General Strike

  • But he uses her money to fund her future projects because he believes he can break her in the world-market.

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  • If the World Trade Centre is a target because it represents world-market capitalism, as such it can be defined as an enemy stronghold, but, but, but!

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