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The Quest for Peace Since the World War

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674428775

Publication Date: 05/06/1940

516 pages


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We can turn with great profit today to The Quest for Peace... Dr. Rappard speaks usually as an eye witness, and he crams these chapters with a wealth of salient citations from documents and speeches. Only those who have labored through the piles of paper that the League has produced, and that Dr. Rappard has reduced to their grain, can appreciate how valuable these chapters are—and what labor they entailed.—Clarence K. Streit, The Saturday Review of Literature

[A] rewarding work... a tremendous piece of study and must certainly be used among the authoritative volumes on the history of the world’s first experiment toward international civilization.Washington, D.C., Sunday Star

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