The place of the United States in a world organization for the maintenance of peace ... Editor, Clyde L. King ...
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King, Clyde L. 1879-1937,
League of Nations.
United States -- Foreign relations.
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 96.
v, 189 pages 24 cm.
With : The revival of American business / C.H. Crennan - - Child welfare / James H.S. Bossard. Philadelphia : The American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1921. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
The accomplishments of the existing League of nations. -- The Monroe doctrine and America's participation in a world organization. -- The possibility of disarmament by international agreement. -- The treatment of backward peoples in a world organization. -- The function of international courts and means of enforcing their decisions. -- The essentials of an effective world organization. -- The payment of the Allied indebtedness to the United States. -- Book department. -- Index.
The League of Nations effective / Hamilton Holt -- Achievements of the League of Nations in its first year / Charles H. Levermore -- Two accomplishments of the existing League -- the Secretariat and the Assembly / Sarah Wambaugh -- The first year and a half of the League of Nations / Arthur Sweetser -- The Monroe Doctrine / John Bassett -- The Monroe Doctrine and American participation in European affairs / William E. Lingelbach -- The Monroe Doctrine and a world organization / Henry W. Taft -- The urge for disarmament / Thomas J. Walsh -- The possibility of disarmament by international agreement / Robert Lee Bullard -- Limitation of armaments by international agreement / Frank W. Mondell -- Curtailment of armaments / Frederic C. Hicks -- Reduction of armaments / John Jacob Rogers -- The attitude of the United States toward Europe / Henry Morgenthau -- The potential advantage of the mandate system / Jane Addams -- The mandate system of the League of Nations / Denys P. Myers -- The League of Nations and the protection of the inhabitants of transferred territories / Manley O. Hudson -- The defects of the system of mandates / Herbert Adams Gibbons -- Mandates: America's opportunity / James G. McDonald -- American rights and interests in the mandatory system / Fannie Fern Andrews -- A world court / John Hays Hammond -- Aim and purpose of an international court of justice / James Brown Scott -- The jurisdiction and powers of an international court / Herbert A. Smith -- Compulsory arbitration not essential to an effective world organization / George W. Wickersham -- Law the prerequisite of an international court / Charles G. Fenwick -- The misleading myth of the equality of nations / Talcott Williams -- The United States and international government / William I. Hull -- Limitations of the functions of international courts / Edward M. Borchard -- The essentials of world organization / Irvine L. Lenroot -- The concert of nations / Joseph Irwin France -- A world association impractical under present conditions / James M. Beck -- The essentials of a world organization for the maintenance of peace / Oscar T. Crosby -- The essentials in the League of Nations to a world organization / Henry W. Taft -- The need for a concord of nations / Albert Bushnell Hart -- The payment of allied debts / Medill McCormick -- A plan for underwriting the debts of the allies to the United States / Joseph Irwin France -- Allied indebtedness to the United States / John Foster Dulles -- Cancellation of European war debts to the United States / E.M. Patterson.
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