The Anglo-American tradition in foreign affairs; readings from Thomas More to Woodrow Wilson. Edited with an introduction and commentary by Arnold Wolfers and Laurence W. Martin.

; Martin, Laurence W., editor
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1956.

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Other Authors Martin, Laurence W.,
Subjects International relations.
Relations internationales -- Collections.
Description 286 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction : Political theory and international relations -- Sir Thomas More -- Francis Bacon -- Thomas Hobbes -- John Locke -- Bolingbroke -- David Hume -- Adam Smith -- Adam Ferguson -- Edmund Burke -- Thomas Paine -- Alexander Hamilton -- Thomas Jefferson -- William Godwin -- Jeremy Bentham -- Richard Cobden -- John Stuart Mill -- Herbert Spencer -- Alfred Thayer Mahan -- John Atkinson Hobson -- Woodrow Wilson.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1016664
(OCoLC)ocm01016664
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WorldCat Identities Wolfers, Arnold, 1892-1968,
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