America's relation to the world conflict and to the coming peace.


Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1917.

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Other Authors American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
Peace.
USA.
United States.
Weltkrieg (1914-1918)
World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace.
World War, 1914-1918 -- United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 72.
Description vii, 250 pages ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1917.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Foreword by L.S. Rowe. -- part 1. America's relation to the world conflict: The world conflict in its relation to American democracy by W. Lippmann. The significance of our mission in this war by M.M. Dawson. The United States and the war by S.T. Dutton. Planning the future America by H.A.W. Wood. Growth of industrial democracy by A.E. Holder. The war in its relation to democracy and world order by Emily G. Balch. Peace without force by S.N. Patten. Pax americana by G.W. Kirchwey. -- part II. America's obligation as the defenderer of international right: The international right America must champion by R.G. Usher. Neutral rights upon the seas by F.R. Condert. Freedom of the seas by C.P. Anderson. -- part III. Elements of a just and durable peace: elements of a just and durable peace by P.M. Brown. The bases of a just and enduring peace by F.H. Giddlings. On what principles is the society of states to be founded? by H. la Fontaine. Disarmament and international courts prerequisites to a durable peace by J.L. Slayden. The Monroe doctrine and the American policy of isolation in relation to a just and durable peace by J.H. Latane. -- part IV. The problems of a durable peace: Two events that presage a durable peace by O.S. Straus. A basis for a durable peace between Germany and England by W.C. Bullitt. The disposition of Constantinople by T. Williams. Japan, America and durable peace by T. Lyenaga. Foundations for a durable peace between the United States and Japan by H. Von Kalternborn. Nationality and freedom of commerce prerequisites to a durable peace by S.P. Duggan. The economic factors in an enduring peace by E.E. Pratt. International freedom of the press essential to a durable peace by D. Lawrence. -- part V. Rights of small nations: Sovereignty and race as affected by a league of nations by T. Marburg. The interests and rights of nationality by C.E. McGuire, "A message from Syria" by Mrs. Layyah R. Barakat. The Bohemian question by C. Pergler. The rights of the Jews as a nation by J.L. Magnes. The rights of small nations in America: the republics of the Caribbean by O.G. Vilard. The rights of small American nations; Nicaragua and Colombia by H.R. Mussey. -- pt. VI American participation in the league for the maintneance of a just and durable peace: "War to stop war," by J.S. Williams. A league to enforce peace by W.L. Fisher. Our compulsory arbitration treaties should be amended by G.W. Wickersham. A yearning for world peace by J.M. Beck. Moral influences in a durable peace by D.C. Seitz. Equipment for the post bellum period by C.H. Sherrill. Democratic organization of the coming peace conference by E.A. Filene. -- Book department. -- Index.
Geographic Area Europe
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)169668
(OCoLC)ocm00169668
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