European issues in the twentieth century.
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Europe -- History -- 20th century.
262 p. 24 cm.
German aims in World War I: peace of annexation or peace of understanding? -- The Versailles Treaty: peace of understanding or "peace of justice"? -- Economic recovery from World War I: international cooperation or economic nationalism? -- Germany's role in world affairs: national self-interest or cooperation for peace? -- Bukharin versus Stalin: evolutionary communism or "fierce class struggle"? -- Government and the Great Depression: cut expenses and prices or prime the pump? -- Germany must choose: authoritarianism or democracy? -- The French popular front: economic democracy or economic fascism? -- The Munich settlement: "peace in our time" or appeasement of aggression? -- Nationalization of the British steel industry: democratic planning or concentration of power? -- The European coal and steel community: organization of scarcity or economic unification? -- Tito of Yugoslavia: "master in his own house" or deviationist? -- Control of atomic energy: international regulation or economic interference? -- Colonialism: applied justice or applied power? -- Soviet music: elimination of "formalism" or "creative boldness"?.
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