Readings in world politics, edited by Robert A. Goldwin.

; Pearce, Anthony J., 1928-
2d ed. rev. by Tony Pearce.. New York, Oxford University Press [1970] .

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Other Authors Pearce, Anthony J., 1928-
Subjects International relations.
Relations internationales.
Weltpolitik.
Description 644 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Toward a strategy of peace / John F. Kennedy -- All peoples want peace / Nikita S. Khrushchev -- Peace through struggle / Editorial departments of Renmin Ribao (Peoples' Daily) and Hongqi (Red Flag) -- War is peace / George Orwell -- Spirit of the Earth / Pierre Teilhard de Chardin -- What is war? / Karl von Clausewitz -- Idea of cause / Leo Tolstoy -- Tragic conflict / Herbert Butterfield -- Scourge of war / Abraham Lincoln -- Problem of imperialism / Joseph A. Schumpeter -- Wish for war / Aldous Huxley -- Why war? / Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud -- Warfare is only an invention -- not a biological necessity / Margaret Mead -- What is war? / Emery Reves -- 'plato told' / e. e. cummings -- Declaration of Independence -- Fascism / Benito Mussolini -- People shall be judge / John Locke -- State is the negation of humanity / Mikhail Bakunin -- Last letters home / Japanese pilots of Special Attack (kamikaze) Air Corps, German soldiers entrapped at Stalingrad -- Crito / Plato -- Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau -- Proceedings of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights -- That the ideally best form of government is representative government / John Stuart Mills -- Democracy: tyranny or freedom? / Alexis de Tocqueville -- Mass society / C. Wright Mills -- Can foreign policy be democratic? / Mulford Q. Sibley -- Dilemma of democracy / Thomas A. Bailey -- Manifesto of the Communist party / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels -- State and representation / V.I. Lenin -- Capitalist encirclement and socialist encirclement / Joseph Stalin -- International position of the Soviet Union / Nikita S. Khrushchev -- Long live the victory of peoples war / Lin Piao -- Grand inquisition / Feodor Dostoievsky -- Our tyrants / Friedrich Sieburg -- True believers / Eric Hoffer -- Policy regarding the Philippines / Albert J. Beveridge -- British rule in India / Jawaharlal Nehru -- What is a nation? / Ernest Renan -- Address to the Congress of the United States / Achmed Sukarno -- Future prospects of nationalism / Karl Deutsch -- Excesses of self-determination / Clyde Eagleton -- Few words on non-intervention / John Stuart Mills -- Nature of politics / Edward H. Carr -- Principle of non-violence / M.K. Ghandi -- Melian conference / Thucydides -- Ideology or balance of power? / William G. Carleton -- Arrogance of power / J. William Fulbright -- Case study: the Great Powers in 1939 / Martin Wight -- World government now / Robert M. Hutchins -- Case against world government / Walter F. Berns -- Functional approach to peace / David Mitrany -- Order and change in a peaceful world / Walter Millis -- Hidden benefits of war / an unknown scholar -- Pacem in terris / Pope John XXIII -- Nature of foreign policy / Charles B. Marshall -- Decision to drop the atomic bomb -- Foreign policy of England / Winston Churchill -- Letter to Horace Greeley / Abraham Lincoln.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)81418
(OCoLC)ocm00081418
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WorldCat Identities Goldwin, Robert A., 1922-2010,
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