AMERICA AND THE STRIFE OF EUROPE by J. Fred Rippy

AMERICA AND THE STRIFE OF EUROPE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

History of America's isolationist policy. The author goes into our own story of expansion, often made possible by strife in Europe, of our gradual withdrawal, of our contacts with Europe at various strategic moments in history. He then discusses the history of pacifism here, and of various abortive (and a few successful) efforts towards acting as peace-maker. Not a book for popular sale, but a thought-provoking study for students of international problems, neutrality, etc.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1938
Publisher: University of Chicago