League or War?

League or War?

League or War?

League or War?

Excerpt

This little book aims to review dispassionately the whole question of our American attitude toward world affairs following the World War, and to establish certain conclusions which all who are willing to face the facts can accept.

The United States seems, just now, ready once more to participate in world affairs, but is held back because of the endless variety of opinions as to what course to pursue.

In order to understand sympathetically every possible point of view I submitted the first draft of this book to a large number of critics-- Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Pacifists, Militarists, Pro- and Anti-Leaguers, Pro- and Anti-Wilsonites, Pro- and Anti-German, French, English and Irish. Their comments have been of inestimable value. I wonder if so small a book ever before had so many helpful critics.

Among those to whom I am most indebted may be especially mentioned my wife, my brother, Herbert W. Fisher, my son Irving N. Fisher, and the following, most of whom are . . .

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