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The Resource Agenda for peace, edited by Ernest Minor Patterson

Agenda for peace, edited by Ernest Minor Patterson

Label
Agenda for peace
Title
Agenda for peace
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ernest Minor Patterson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
H1
LC item number
.A4 v.232-236
Literary form
non fiction
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American Academy of Political and Social Science
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1879-1969
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Patterson, Ernest Minor
Series statement
Its Annals
Series volume
v. 234
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  • Reconstruction (1939-1951)
  • International cooperation
Label
Agenda for peace, edited by Ernest Minor Patterson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"July 1944."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Rehabilitation and relief -- Economic and political reconstruction -- Post-war organization and co-operation
  • Italy, an experiment in reconstruction
  • Max Ascoli.
  • Economic and political reconstruction of Italy
  • Mario Einaudi.
  • Soviet Russia's contribution to peace
  • Edward C. Carter.
  • Some permanent aspects of French policy
  • George Soloveytchik.
  • The small European nations after the war
  • Frans Van Caywelaert.
  • Population displacements in Europe
  • Labor: bulwark of democracy and peace
  • Clinton S. Golden.
  • Social security and collective security
  • Arthur Wauters.
  • Victory: what then?
  • Percy R. Bengough.
  • A practical approach to a World Trade Board
  • Otto T. Mallery.
  • Toward international economic organization
  • Louis H. Pink.
  • Irene B. Taeuber.
  • The future of international law
  • Percy E. Corbett.
  • The foundations of prosperity after the war
  • F. Cyril James.
  • How to win the peace
  • C.J. Hambro.
  • We can abolish war
  • Samuel S. Fels
  • Displacement of population in Eastern Asia
  • Bruno Lasker.
  • Europe today
  • Clarence E. Pickett.
  • Binding up the wounds of war
  • Francis B. Sayre.
Control code
171638
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vii, 172 p.
Lccn
44006587
Note
Bound with: Annals, v.232-233, 235-236
Other physical details
maps
System control number
(OCoLC)171638
Label
Agenda for peace, edited by Ernest Minor Patterson
Publication
Note
"July 1944."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Rehabilitation and relief -- Economic and political reconstruction -- Post-war organization and co-operation
  • Italy, an experiment in reconstruction
  • Max Ascoli.
  • Economic and political reconstruction of Italy
  • Mario Einaudi.
  • Soviet Russia's contribution to peace
  • Edward C. Carter.
  • Some permanent aspects of French policy
  • George Soloveytchik.
  • The small European nations after the war
  • Frans Van Caywelaert.
  • Population displacements in Europe
  • Labor: bulwark of democracy and peace
  • Clinton S. Golden.
  • Social security and collective security
  • Arthur Wauters.
  • Victory: what then?
  • Percy R. Bengough.
  • A practical approach to a World Trade Board
  • Otto T. Mallery.
  • Toward international economic organization
  • Louis H. Pink.
  • Irene B. Taeuber.
  • The future of international law
  • Percy E. Corbett.
  • The foundations of prosperity after the war
  • F. Cyril James.
  • How to win the peace
  • C.J. Hambro.
  • We can abolish war
  • Samuel S. Fels
  • Displacement of population in Eastern Asia
  • Bruno Lasker.
  • Europe today
  • Clarence E. Pickett.
  • Binding up the wounds of war
  • Francis B. Sayre.
Control code
171638
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vii, 172 p.
Lccn
44006587
Note
Bound with: Annals, v.232-233, 235-236
Other physical details
maps
System control number
(OCoLC)171638

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