The English-speaking peoples; their future relations and joint international obligations, by George Louis Beer.

New York, Macmillan [c1917] .

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Subjects Anglo-Saxon race.
United States -- Foreign relations.
World War, 1914-1918.
World politics.
Description xi, 322 p. 20 cm.
Notes "Some of the material in this book had already appeared in the Political quarterly, the New republic, the Forum, the Annals of the American academy and elsewhere."--Pref.
Contents International anarchy -- Nationalism and sovereignty -- American foreign policy before 1914 -- The background of the war -- America's reaction to the war -- The unity of English-speaking people -- Economic interdependence -- Community of policy -- Notes.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)08091531
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