From the January 1920 issue of the Socialist Standard
''We are continually being told that we should not trade with Germany, but how are we to get our indemnities if we do not trade with her? France and America are already taking all steps to trade with Germany, and we should not be called upon to stand aside." So spake Mr. Churchill at Sunderland on Jan. 3rd.
And once again events have verified us. We said, at the time that magnificant piece of bluff the Paris Economic Conference, was staged, that it was sheer bamboozle, and now—.