TITLE

A League of Free Nations

AUTHOR(S)
Wells, H. G.
PUB. DATE
April 1918
SOURCE
New Republic;4/6/18, Vol. 14 Issue 179, p286
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on the demands for an effective realization of the idea of a League of free nations. Establishment of a defensive league standing steadfast against the threat of a world imperialism; Need for unity among civilized and peace-seeking people of the world under a common law and a common world policy; Barrier of the disproportion between the tortures and destructions inflicted by modern warfare to organized peace and hope armed against disturbances; Necessity of merging existing sovereignties into a world-wide League.
ACCESSION #
15081983

 

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