The European Anarchy

The European Anarchy

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The European Anarchy

The European Anarchy

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These pages were written in the hope that they might be read and considered by the more reasonable section of the British public. But they are likely at the present moment to find more response in America than in England. The sympathies of Americans appear to be, generally and warmly, on the side of the allies, because they recognize that a German victory would imperil the principles and the spirit for which America stands. But Americans also recognize that no military victory or defeat can of itself secure that durable peace by which alone democratic liberties can be assured and developed. The whole system of international relations must be transformed by a deliberate act of policy if this result is to be achieved. The states must combine not in temporary alliances and counter-alliances, pregnant with new wars, but in a union to develop the law of nations and to sustain it against law-

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