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World Peace through World Law

Two Alternative Plans, Third edition enlarged

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ISBN 9780674494220

Publication Date: 01/01/1965

535 pages

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The authors’ plans for the maintenance of world peace calls for total national disarmament by stages under strict inspection and the establishment of such legislative, executive and judicial institutions as are necessary to maintain world order. To this new edition, which takes into account the views expressed by many distinguished persons throughout the world, a proposed treaty for establishing a World Disarmament and World Development Organization has been added.

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