PROFESSOR HAUSER LECTURES ON FRENCH TRADE RESTRICTIONS
Describes Narrow Policy of Government in Sixteenth Century
Professor Henri Hauser, Exchange Professor from the University of Paris, spoke yesterday on "L affaire des toiles peintes" in Emerson Hall. The talk was one of a series of public lectures on "The Evolution of Capitalism in Europe from the Sixteenth Century to Modern Times".
Professor Hauser outlined the narrow policy of the French governmental trade restrictions of the Sixteenth Century, taking as an example the prohibition of the sale of "Indian" or printed cloth.