The American Road to World Peace

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
THANKS are due to the following for permission to cite extracts from books or other publications with which they are concerned:
to former Secretary of State Cordell Hull and to his publishers the Macmillan Company, New York, in respect to The Memoirs of Cordell Hull, copyright 1948.
to E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. in respect to The Way of the Free by Stefan Osusky, 1951.
to Henry Holt & Co., in respect to Democratic Ideas and Reality by Sir Halford J. Mackinder, 1942 and to A Diplomatic History of the United States by Samuel Flagg Bemis, 1937.
to Houghton Mifflin & Co., in respect to The Gathering Storm, The Grand Alliance and The Hinge of Fate by the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, 1948, 1950 and 1951, to The Intimate Papers of Colonel House, edited by Charles Seymour, 1926-28, and to Private Papers by Arthur Vandenberg, 1952.
to former Ambassador Philip G. Jessup, to the Oxford University Press and to the Council of Foreign Relations in respect to Elihu Root, 1941 and International Security, 1935.
to Professor McGeorge Bundy, and to Harper & Brothers in respect to On Active Service in Peace and War by Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy, 1948.
to Mr. Albert Shaw, jr., and Dr. Roger Shaw in respect to The Messages and Papers of Woodrow Wilson, with editorial notes and an introduction by Albert Shaw and an analytical index, New York, The Review of Reviews Corporation, 1924.
to Harper Brothers in respect to Roosevelt and Hopkins by Robert Sherwood , 1948, and Speaking Frankly by former Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, 1947.

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