The path to peace; essays and addresses on peace and its making, by Nicholas Murray Butler.

New York, Scribner, 1930.

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Subjects International relations.
Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928 August 27)
Description xiii, 320 pages 19 cm
Copyright Date 1930.
Contents 1. Nation building- For war or for peace? -- 2. Practicable steps toward peace -- 3. The humane work of the League of Nations -- 4. The pacts of Locarno -- 5. The state as moral person -- 6. The will to peace -- 7. M. Briand's invitation to the American people -- 8. The path to peace -- 9. Building the international mind -- 10. The opportunity of the American people -- 11. America and France, 1778-1928 -- 12. Good-fellowship and peace -- 13. The outlook for peace -- 14. The great hope -- 15. The world's new outlook -- 16. Renunciation of war as an instrument of national policy -- 17. Imponderables -- 18. Nation-building and beyond -- 19. Dr. Curtius's appeal to America -- 20. La dotation Carnegie por la paix Internationale -- 21. Le pacte Franco-AmeĢricain -- 22. Imponderabilien.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1313316
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WorldCat Identities Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947.
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