Rockefeller, Morgan, and War–Murray N. Rothbard

“During the 1930s, the Rockefellers pushed hard for war against Japan, which they saw as competing with them vigorously for oil and rubber resources in Southeast Asia and as endangering the Rockefellers’ cherished dreams of a mass “China market” for petroleum products. On the other hand, the Rockefellers took a noninterventionist position in Europe, where they had close financial ties with German firms such as I.G. Farben and Co., and very few close relations with Britain and France.”   Rothbard


Book: Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy–Murray N. Rothbard

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