How to think about war and peace.


New York, Simon and Schuster [1944] .

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Subjects Paix.
Peace.
Description xxiii, 307 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1944]
©1944
Notes "Bibliography of quoted matter": pages 303-307.
Contents The problem of peace. The questions men must face ; The answers men have given -- The possibility of peace. The inevitability of war ; The abnormality of war ; What peace is ; How peace is made ; The only cause of war ; The right and wrong of sovereignty ; The peace of angels ; Civil war ; The degrees of peace ; A society of men ; The inexorable alternative -- The probability of peace. An optimistic view of history ; The future of democracy ; Progress toward peace ; The physics of peace ; The economic community ; The obstacles to peace ; Revolution for peace ; Education for peace -- The practicality of peace. Ends ; Means ; The long run.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1079563
(OCoLC)ocm01079563
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WorldCat Identities Adler, Mortimer Jerome, 1902-2001.
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