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The Quest for Peace Since the World War

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ISBN 9780674428775

Publication Date: 01/01/1940

516 pages

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In the midst of war there is more need than ever for a purposeful consideration of what is to happen at the end of hostilities. Will it be possible to establish a reign of justice and peace, or will the next treaty be a mere armistice? One of the best ways to approach the situation is to find out, if possible, the cause of the failure of the Treaty of Versailles. This is the main question discussed by William Rappard, the noted Swiss political scientist and leading member of the Secretariat of the League of Nations.

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