America's Interest in World Peace


This book treats of the most important subject before the world to-day, and incomparably the most important for America--all the more because America has not yet fully realized the fact.

How does it happen that American indifferU+00D ence is now diminishing? For everywhere eviU+00D dence is accumulating that the American people are growing more and more restive over the inaction of their government.

The Pro-League Trend

I was recently informed by a gentleman from Glen Ridge, New Jersey, that his town had, as he expressed it, "changed its mind." Two years ago it had been almost unanimously against the . . .

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1924


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