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To some this appeared an unnecessary concession to Bolshevism but in fact it corresponded directly to the interests of us capital, which owned hardly any colonies and stood to gain everything from detaching everyone else's . Wilson, before his time, fell at the altar of isolationism. It was left to Roosevelt, together with Stalin and Churchill, to redivide the world in 1944 in a manner which exactly corresponded to the relation of productive, military and financial forces . To the USSR, a buffer zone.
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1959) A Hundred Years of Economic Development in Great Britain . London. p. 322 . 15 . Magdoff, H . (1%9) The Age of Imperialism . New York . 16 . Times, 26 September 1984 . 17 . , Glyn, A . & Harrison, J . (1984) Capitalism Since World War Il . Fontana. 18 . International Business Week, 8 April 1985 . 19 . International Business Week, 9 June 1986 . 41 Anna Pollert Dismantling flexibility Two distinct ideas that the labour force is becoming more flexible and that flexible specialisation offers a new means for capital to exert control - are critically evaluated .