The politics of peace, by Charles E. Martin.


London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1929.

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Subjects Peace.
Political science -- History.
Political science.
World politics.
Series Stanford books in world politics.
Description xx, 458 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1929.
1929.
Contents Constitutionalism in the United States -- The English constitution -- Constitutionalism in France -- The modern individualist and his claims -- Individual self-development -- Individualism and education -- American individualism -- Collectivism -- Forms of advanced collectivism -- Nationalism -- Varieties of nationalism -- Americanization -- Bolshevism -- Nationalism in Mexico -- The new Turkey -- Fascism -- Nationalism: a critical review -- Impoerialism -- The ways and means of imperialism -- British imperialism -- American imperialism in the Philippine Islands -- Imperialism in Latin America -- Imperialism in the Far East and the Pacific -- The mandate system -- The future of imperialism -- Militarism -- The case against war -- Militarism and diplomacy -- Can war be outlawed? -- The pact for the renunciation of war -- The new functions of the state -- The government and agriculture -- The government and labor -- The new police power -- The new politics and the school -- The new politics and charity -- The new internationalism.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1152628
(OCoLC)ocm01152628
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WorldCat Identities Martin, Charles E. 1891-1977.
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