Defense for America; the views of Quincy Wright, Charles Seymour, Barry Bingham [and others] ... edited with an introduction by William Allen White
- New York, The Macmillan company, 1940.
- Physical description
- 4 p. l., v-xx, 205 p. 21 cm.
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|PS3545.H67 D31 1940||In-library use|
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- White, William Allen, 1868-1944.
- Introduction, by W. A. White.--American policy and the war, by Quincy Wright.--Defense for America, by Charles Seymour.--Shall we go to war? By Barry Bingham.--American responsibility in the present crisis, by H. S. Coffin.--Free institutions and the war, by Grenville Clark.--Immediate aid to the allies, by J. B. Conant.--Does America deserve a miracle? By Mrs. D. W. Morrow.--The right and wrong of war, by Rt. Rev. Mgr. J. A. Ryan.--Democracy and the second world war, by F. P. Graham.--The isolation myth, by George Creel.--The war and the Pacific, by C. H. Rowell.--Defense today, by L. W. Douglas.--Aid the allies? By Rabbi S. S. Wise.--The allies are ourselves, by Rupert Hughes.--An estimate of the situation by the President of the United States [reprinted from a pamphlet entitled National defense issued by the American council for public affairs, Washington, D.C.]
- Publication date
- "First printing."
- Stanford copy 1 (FELT): Author's autograph presentation copy to Helen B. Sutliff.
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