The structure of nations and empires; a study of the recurring patterns and problems of the political order in relation to the unique problems of the nuclear age.

New York, Scribner [1959] .

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Subjects Imperialism.
State, The.
Description xi, 306 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The two imperial nations of today -- Community and dominion in nation and empire -- Democracy and authority -- The anatomy of empire -- The encounter between Christianity and empire -- The lessons from the three empires -- The uniqueness of Western Christendom -- The historical basis for national autonomy -- The world of autonomous nations -- The vague universalism of liberal democracy -- The character of national imperialism -- The utopian basis of Soviet power -- Communist universalism and imperialism -- Empires, nations, and collective security in a global situation -- The Cold War and the nuclear dilemma -- The creative and destructive possibilities of human freedom.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)494078
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WorldCat Identities Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971.
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