TOWARD INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION by Howard -- and others Robinson

TOWARD INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Yet another group of thoughtful citizens put their minds on problems of international organization, on plans for a future and better world. This time they are educators, speaking in a series of lectures at Oberlin College. Inevitably, such a series, in Printed form, lacks a certain dynamic power necessary to catch the imagination or the reader rather than the listener, but the successive lectures (by educators, economists of one military analyst, George Fielding Eliot) present a review of international peace programs down through history, on economic needs, on the necessity of an international organization, etc.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1942
Publisher: Harper