War and Progress, the Growth of the World, Influence of the Anglo-Saxon (Classic Reprint)

War and Progress, the Growth of the World, Influence of the Anglo-Saxon (Classic Reprint)

by William Stuart Howe




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Tween the anglo-saxon and the great and neglected Far Eastern group of peoples. Then come two short chapters devoted to certain so called principles which the praiseworthy, but confused efforts to find moral rules to guide political action have brought into general at tention and which are believed by. The writer to be generally fallacious and apt to divert atten tion from the real and proper war aims. The sixth chapter considers the Russian situation in summary form, and the seventh deals with some of the more prominent delusions which seem to have aflicted the American and Allied publics and hampered the most effective prosecution of the war. The eighth deals with an internal problem of America, without the proper solution of which, the effectiveness in international ao tion of this largest of the anglo-saxon units will be greatly hampered. The ninth chapter attempts a summary of certain obvious effects of the war up to the present, with especial em phasis on matters already discussed at length in previous chapters. The last considers the present war situation and makes proposals for immediate war policy on the basis of the cen tral theme and shows how the proper compre hension of this theme seems to be vital for suc cess.

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ISBN-13: 9780365210429
Publisher: 1kg Limited
Publication date: 01/16/2019
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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