I have read the references from Wikipedia. But they were mostly talking about the American oversea trade in the Europe market. But I am more interested in Britain's reactions to the challenge posed by the USA. I also consultanted M.W. Flinn's book An Economic and Social History of Britain since 1700. He just offered a few general statements about the foreign competitions such as "Britain's lead in machinery began to be challenged by Germany and United States" and " tariff reform evoked little enthusiasm" which lacks the details I need especially general publics' attitudes
My questions are:
- What was the situation of the economic relationship between US and Britain? How intense was the rivalry?
- Did Britain propose any policy that attempted to limit US’s economic influence?
- What were ordinary British attitudes towards American products and their economic ties with America?
Any other related material and discussion is welcome as well as comparison between the Britain-German economic relationship