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New Challenges of North America's 'Fastest' Decade 
Text  Cordiner, Ralph Jarron, New Challenges of North America's 'Fastest' Decade, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1955), 31 Mar 1955, 243-254  A brief personal background. Acting on Ambassador Stuart's suggestion concerning the value of the interchange of viewpoints, an exploration and discussion of problems existing in the United States, with emphasis on a few examples of problems which can be turned into opportunities for continued...
The World Economy 
Text  Volcker, Paul A., The World Economy, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1986), 28 Oct 1985, 85-99  A dinner meeting held jointly by The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. The world economy: "The success of the entire enterprise is dependent upon all the participants playing a constructive role." The various roles and significance of various countries in the world economy,...
Technology and Tomorrow 
Text  Anderson, Roy A., Technology and Tomorrow, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1979), 18 Jan 1979, 179-188  The Lockheed Corporation associated with Canada as a supplier of high technology products; as a buyer of a considerable amount of goods and services; as a corporation with its services headquarters in Vancouver. A description of the association with regard to orders, and as a partnership....
Economic Recovery in Great Britain and the United States 
Text  Goldenberg, H. Carl, Economic Recovery in Great Britain and the United States, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1935), 15 Mar 1934, 374-389  [This speech was erroneously omitted from the 1933-34 Year Book.] Estimating the effects of the economic policies of Great Britain and the United States in the past few years. The background of current economic events. Comparative economic internationalism in the latter part of the nineteenth...
Some Problems of a U.S.-owned Subsidiary Operating in Canada 
Text  Rawlings, General E.W., Some Problems of a U.S.-owned Subsidiary Operating in Canada, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 24 Oct 1963, 57-69  Current economic situations in both Canada and the United States. Imbalances and protectionism in trade. Foreign investment and capital. The speaker's company in Canada. Good corporate citizenship. The value to Canada's national growth of foreign-owned enterprises. A review of the speaker's...
As The Allies Face The Future 
Text  Chevalier, Colonel Willard, As The Allies Face The Future, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1945), 16 Nov 1944, 112-132  A glimpse into what American business men are thinking and talking about, together with a quick glimpse of how they are preparing to face the future. Some remarks about the political campaign just ended in the United States. Postwar planning. The discussion proceeds under the following headings:...
Significant Developments in Our American Economy 
Text  Romney, George, Significant Developments in Our American Economy, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1958), 31 Oct 1957, 60-77  Some background to the speaker's company, American Motors. Some remarks about the differences between Canadians and Americans. Conducting business in Canada on a Canadian basis. Some management details of Kelvinator of Canada and American Motors, especially with regard to Canadians on the Board. A...
The United States Faces the Future 
Text  Gibbons, Dr. Herbert Adams, The United States Faces the Future, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 23 Mar 1933, 129-142  The speaker's frequent role as interpreter of his own country to other countries. Bringing word from the United States. Some personal references to the speaker's travels and family. The United States' participation in the World War and reasons for the timing of their involvement. The current...
1970: The Year of Transition 
Text  McCracken, Dr. Paul W., 1970: The Year of Transition, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1970), 5 Feb 1970, 248-259  A message of confidence and optimism. Reasons for such optimism. Some real progress in trying to get the long overheated U.S. economy cooled off: why and how that was a struggle. What has been learned about the nature of economic progress. A second reason for confidence the establishment of a far...
The Crash of 1987: What Did it Really Mean? 
Text  Coxe, Donald G.M., The Crash of 1987: What Did it Really Mean?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 20 Oct 1988, 82-92  The end of the bull markets: a year later. The aberration of Black Monday. The "Crash" as an historic event which ended the "four-decade historical continuum, … built on the twin assumptions of American military and financial hegemony." A new and more uncertain kind of economic, financial, and...
The United States: Economic Outlook 
Text  Sommers, Albert T., The United States: Economic Outlook, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1985), 18 Apr 1985, 434-450  Economics as a pragmatic, empirical science and therefore one from which can be drawn generalizations and inferences from the observation of many individual episodes. A knowledge of business cycles which, under ordinary circumstances, allows economists to say something about the future. However,...
The Changing American Financial Situation 
Text  Kaufman, Dr. Henry, The Changing American Financial Situation, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1985), 18 Oct 1984, 79-92  Developments of the financial and economic kind in the United States. Predictions about the immediate economic future. A discussion and analysis of those predictions, with background, statistics, and factors affecting the development and outcome of those predictions. Topics covered include the...
Our World of 1973 
Text  Connally, The Honourable John B., Our World of 1973, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1973), 19 Mar 1973, 313-333  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. An historical perspective of where and how the United States finds itself, economically and politically in 1973. The end of one era, the beginning of another. A period of upheaval. Profound changes in world commerce....
Is the United States Really Making a New Beginning? 
Text  Hoadley, Walter E., Is the United States Really Making a New Beginning?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1981), 23 Apr 1981, 356-369  Is the United States really making a new beginning? Mr. Hoadley answers yes, the odds are sixty/forty. Reasons why: the mood in the country is one of recognizing basic problems; more people are looking at the country in relation to other countries; a new president, a new administration. Support...
The United States--Its General Atmosphere and Conditions 
Text  Cameron, W.J., The United States--Its General Atmosphere and Conditions, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1940), 26 Oct 1939, 103-113  A report of the present conditions in the United States as they appear to one who travels constantly among the American people and who is in touch with the American businessman. 1939 as a crucial year for United States business. Economic recovery in the United States, which has lagged behind that...
The Outlook for 1965 
Text  Moore, George S.; Currie, William M., The Outlook for 1965, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1965), 7 Jan 1965, 149-162  Mr. Moore Some outlooks and a few words about the speaker's views of the U.S. economy in 1965. Some predictions about 1965. Another year of economic expansion. The circumstances under which growth could continue. Favourable factors in 1965. Some problems, similar to those being experienced in...
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