Toward a strategy of peace, edited by Walter C. Clemens, Jr.


[Chicago] Rand McNally [1965] .

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Subjects Peace.
World politics -- 1965-1975.
World politics.
Series Rand McNally political science series.
Description xviii, 264 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Essays by scholars and statesmen on the outlook for world peace, centered around basic ideas of President J.F. Kennedy's address at American University in June, 1963.
Contents 1. Toward a strategy of peace: John F. Kennedy -- 2. The possibilities of peace: From containment to cease-fire and peaceful change: Adlai E. Stevenson -- International conflict in the absence of war: Walter Millis -- Political prerequisites to deĢtente: Fred W. Neal -- The fantasy of a warless world: Jen-min jih-pao and Hung-ch'i -- 3. Common interests of the United States and the Soviet Union: Advancing the American national interest without war: Arthur I. Waskow -- Questions of war, peace, and revolution: Mikhail Suslov -- Peking, Moscow and the West in a warless world: Walter C. Clemens, Jr. -- The needs of American and Soviet science: Anatol Rapoport -- 4. The pursuit of peace: Arms control and world government: Lincoln P. Bloomfield -- A Soviet view of a disarmed world: N. Pitersky -- Implications for United States policy: Walter C. Clemens, Jr. -- First documents of a warless world: Joint U.S.-Soviet statement of agreed principles of disarmament -The direct communications link -The nuclear test ban treaty -The ban on bombs in orbit -The reduction of fissionable materials production -- 5. Peace and human rights: Learning for peace instead of survival: Samuel Gould -- A world without want: Paul Hoffman -- Converting America's economy to a warless world: Seymour Melman -- Pacem in terris: Pope John XXIII.
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