Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Company, 1918.
Book — viii, 209,  p. 19 cm.
Could the war have been blocked?--What will end the World War?--A force to block new wars.--American business and the League of Nations.--Binding the modern world together.--Free seas and closed seas.--Napoleon's decrees and the Kaiser's submarine.--Fighting foreign wars at home.--War prevention versus war cost.--Women, children and embattled nations.--"The power of the purse."--Removing the causes of war.--The Bible warrant for a League of Nations.--A court house for the world.--The sword as final arbiter.--Business the protector of democracy.--The voice of the people.--The new day after the war.--
Appendix I. Proposals of the League to enforce peace. II. Referendum no.
Diversity, fertilize, motorize, specialize.--The truth about the price of meat.--Lest women realize.--Our diminishing herds.--Why the banker should help increase livestock production.--Food shortage: an appeal to physicians.--Stabilizing business.--Enthusiam.--Thoroughness.