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The United States and peace / by William H. Taft.

New York : C. Scribners, 1914.

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Subjects Arbitration (International law)
Monroe doctrine.
Description viii, 182 pages ; 20 cm
Copyright Date 1914.
Notes "Four chapters ... delivered last winter as lectures under the auspices of the [New York peace] society. They were also published as contributions to the Independent."--Foreword.
Contents The Monroe doctrine: its limitations and implications.--Shall the federal government protect aliens in their treaty rights?--Arbitration treaties that mean something.--Experiments in federation for judicial settlement of international disputes.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3588528
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Taft, William H. 1857-1930.
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