The society of free states, by Dwight W. Morrow.
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223,  pages 20 cm.
"The papers reprinted in this book appeared originally in the New York Evening post of February 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and March 1, 6, and 7."--Foreword.
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Foreword.--For what has the world fought?--Plans for perpetual peace.--Alexander's confederation of Europe.--The jurists, the statesmen, and the diplomatists.--The international agencies which have been forced upon the world by the demands of commerce.--The international organizations which were forced upon the allied world by the war with Germany.--The principle of nationality.--Can the conflict between world order and national independence be reconciled?--The draft of covenant submitted to the conference, February 14, 1919.--Conclusion.--Appendix.--Index.
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